I had the opportunity to attend the North Carolina Science Blogging Conference last week in Research Triangle Park, NC.
I was rather surprised to meet a variety of people from various scientific disciplines who are actively blogging. Everything from Psychology to Deep Sea Diving to Coast Guard Blogging to Chemistry.
There were certainly lots of interesting discussions and debates.
One of the highlights of the conference for me was a presentation by Jean-Claude Bradley who shared (literally) some of the fascinating work he has been doing in open notebook science using a variety of different online tools.
If you are interested in learning more, you’re lucky, because Jean-Claude has provided access to his presentation online (Click on the screen below to start the video):
Jean-Claude is also the author of an excellent blog entitled, the Useful Chemistry blog that represents his open source chemistry project.
Note: If you are receiving this post via email, you will have to come to the blog to view the presentation.