Scientific American Tweet-Up at the American Museum of Natural History

Scientific American Tweet-Up at the American Museum of Natural History

Scientific American and New York’s American Museum of Natural History will co-host a tweetup and reception on the evening of Wednesday, January 18. Attendance is free for people who follow both @sciam and @amnh on Twitter—but space is limited, so people need to apply to attend.  Sign up here.  Read more

Science Online NYC (SoNYC) 7 – Matching medium and messengers to meet the masses

On Thursday evening, we hosted the seventh installment of the monthly Science Online NYC (SoNYC) discussion series. The topic for debate this month was, “Matching medium and messengers to meet the masses” and the panel featured:  … Read more

Science Online NYC (SoNYC) 5 – Enhanced eBooks & BookApps: the Promise and Perils

On Tuesday evening, we hosted the fifth installment of the monthly Science Online NYC (SoNYC) discussion series at Rockefeller University in NYC. The topic for debate this month was “Enhanced eBooks & BookApps: the Promise and Perils” and the panel featured:  … Read more

Science Online NYC (SoNYC) 4 – Reaching the niches

On Wednesday evening, we hosted the fourth installment of the monthly Science Online NYC (SoNYC) discussion series. The topic for debate this month was “Reaching the niches: connecting underrepresented groups with science” and the panel featured:  … Read more

Science Online NYC (SoNYC) 3 – Science and the Law

On Wednesday evening, we hosted the third installment of the monthly Science Online NYC (SoNYC) discussion series. The topic for debate this month was “Science and the Law” and the panel featured Nadim Shohdy, Matt Berntsen Simon Singh (who kindly stayed up late in the UK so that he could join us via Skype) and Dan Vorhaus.  Read more

Science Online NYC (SoNYC) 2 – Are scientists anti-social?

On Monday, we hosted our second installment of the monthly Science Online NYC (SoNYC) discussion series. The “topic “:http://sonyc2.eventbrite.com/ for debate this month was “Are scientists antisocial when it comes to the adoption of social media and web 2.0 tools for research?” and the panel featured Arikia Millikan, James Hedges, “Jessica Mezei “:http://twitter.com/#!/jmezi and Lou Woodley.  Read more

Science Online NYC (SoNYC) – April feedback and May’s event

Last month we were delighted to “launch “:http://blogs.nature.com/u6e5b2ce1/2011/03/17/announcing-science-online-nyc-sonyc Science Online NYC (SoNYC), a monthly discussion series for anyone in and around New York who’s interested in how science is carried out and communicated online.  Read more