There's a "blog carnival" called the Carnival of Evolution that hosts a monthly roundup of the best evolution-related blog posts from across the web. Having just discovered this, our blog will be joining the fun, starting next month. For now, you can read the entries for the current carnival, #41, at the mermaid's tale. It's a great way to discover evolution blogs you didn't know existed, and a great way to see editor-chosen "best of" picks for the whole month.
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Joining the Carnival!
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Histories of Stickleback Research - Tom Reimchen
Retrospection - by Prof. Tom Reimchen (University of Victoria, BC, Canada) I was a second year undergraduate student at the University of A...
As an editor, reviewer, supervisor, committee member, and colleague, I have read countless papers and proposals and have seen similarly co...
By Dan Bolnick This past month, The American Naturalist published what I hope is the final step in the Editorial Board's evaluation of w...
Becoming a new professor is exciting. You are at last the captain of your own research. You pick who you want to work with, what you want t...
How can one "formally" join and sign up? I'd like to contribute with our research blog in Lund too...ReplyDelete
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "CoE List" and ask him to sign you up. He'll add you to his mailing list and tell you what to do. :->ReplyDelete