The Open Laboratory 2008 - and the Winners are….. [A Blog Around The Clock]
I know many of you are trembling in anticipation: “Did I make it this year?”. Well, it’s like the Oscars - the Academy Awards are kept tightly under wraps until the moment the envelope is opened.
The list of entries was long, and full of excellent posts - this was hard to judge!
And, Jennifer Rohn, this year’s Editor, just handed me the envelope. Trust me - I have not seen the list of winners myself until now.
And, the winners are…..
Adventures in Ethics and Science: Research with vulnerable populations: considering the Bucharest Early Intervention Project (part 1).
All My Faults are Stress-Related: Data, Interpretations and Field Work
Bad Astronomy: WR 104: A nearby gamma-ray burst?
Cabinet of Wonders: A Rule of Thumb
Catalogue of Organisms: Are You Sucking on a Lemon or a Lime?
Charles Darwin’s Blog: Someone should invent a device to look at the micro world
Cognitive Daily: How to make your eye feel like it’s closed, when it’s actually open
Cosmic Variance: The First Quantum Cosmologist
Dear Blue Lobster: Bloop: A Crustacean Phenomenon?
Denialism blog: Fountain pens
Dr. Jekyll & Mrs. Hyde: Why I blog….
Effect Measure: Important new flu paper in Cell: part I
Green Gabbro: The Igneous Petrology of Ice Cream
Hope for Pandora: Dear Reviewer
The Beagle Project Blog: Detecting natural selection: a pika’s tale
Life, Birds, and Everything: Do we see what bees see?
Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted): Audubon’s Aviary: Portraits of Endangered Species
Mad Scientist, Jr.: Brain Extractions
Marmorkrebs: How Marmorkrebs can make the world a better place
Michael Nielsen’s Blog: The Future of Science
Minor Revisions: To Whom it May Concern
Nano2Hybrids: What IS a carbon nanotube?
Not Exactly Rocket Science: Space Invader DNA jumped across mammalian genomes
Nothing’s Shocking: Poster session paparazzi
Observations of a Nerd: Having Some Fun With Evolution
Plus magazine - news from the world of maths: United Kingdom - Nil Points
Podblack Blog: Smart Bitches, Not Meerly Sex
Pondering Pikaia: Social Clocks: How do cave bats know when it is dark outside?
Providentia: Dr. Fliess’ Patient
Quintessence of Dust: Finches, bah! What about Darwin’s tomatoes?
Reciprocal Space: I get my kicks from thermodynamicks!
Rubor Dolor Calor Tumor: Calor?
Science After Sunclipse: Physics Makes a Toy of the Brain
Terra Sigilatta: Liveblogging the Vasectomy Chronicles
The End Of The Pier Show: On The Hardness of Biology
The Loom: Even Blood Flukes Get Divorced
The OpenHelix Blog: The Beginnings of Immunofluorescence
The Oyster’s Garter: How a coccolithophore without its plates is like a grin without a cat
The Scientist: On the Nature of Networking
The Tree of Life: What is so bad about brain doping? Apparently, NIH thinks something is.
Tom Paine’s Ghost: Biochemistry of Halloween: Installment 1
Tomorrow’s Table: 10 Things about GE crops to Scratch From Your Worry List
Uncertain Principles: We Are Science
Wired Science Blog: Correlations: The Third Branch of Science?
A canna’ change the laws of physics: Expect The Unexpected
The winners in the poetry and cartoon categories will be announced tomorrow, right here, same place, same time.
Update: the winners in the cartoon and poetry categories are:
Digital Cuttlefish: The Evolutionary Biology Valentine’s Day Poem