Monday, September 22, 2008

Changing nature of scientific collaboration



"Dr Bly points to a paradox: the internet was created for and by scientists, yet they have been slow to embrace its more useful features. Nevertheless, serious science-blogging is on the rise. The Seed state of science report, to be published later this autumn, found that 35% of researchers surveyed say they use blogs. This figure may seem underwhelming, but it was almost nought just a few years ago. Once the legion of science bloggers reaches a critical threshold, the poultry problem will look paltry" Via Economist
photo by joon

1 comment:

Dennis said...

I would be interested to know exactly what these scientists use the blogs for. Is it an alternative to something else?