[open-science] Who writes on open science in mainstream press?
dorothea.salo at gmail.com
Thu Sep 22 16:28:53 BST 2011
John Timmer at Ars Technica has been known to pen the occasional
open-science article. Ars Technica is aimed at IT professionals and
gamers, but its science section is quite good -- and as for its press
cred, it's owned by Conde Nast.
On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 8:52 AM, Nick Barnes <nb at climatecode.org> wrote:
> I had a meeting with Olive Heffernan, editor of Nature Climate Change.
> Among other things we discussed open science issues. She asked a
> question for which I had no good answer: are there science journalists
> in the mainstream media who are covering open science? The best
> answer I had was Charles Arthur (whose name escaped me in a senior
> moment). I know Glyn Moody (who might be on this list too, hi Glyn),
> but Glyn's writing really focuses on technology and software rather
> than science. So who else? Anyone at the big papers? At the BBC?
> Nick Barnes, Climate Code Foundation, http://climatecode.org/
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