Research has been done, drafts written and final articles submitted… it’s time for the Emerging Writer series. ScienceCalling.com opened its virtual doors to budding science writers to give them a platform to showcase their skills. Just over a month later, nine articles are ready for your enjoyment.
A new article will be published each weekday morning over the next two weeks starting tomorrow. The hashtag for the series is #EmergingWriter.
I’m delighted to announce that nine writers from across the globe are taking part. These are:
- Emily Berry: Cats Lovers Anonymous (Tues 26th)
- David Pugh: Countering Clandestine Laboratories (Wed 27th)
- Naomi Lavelle: Science through the eyes of a child (Thurs 28th)
- Mark Zastrow: The future of planet hunting: finding rivers in a marsh (Fri 29th)
- Deirdre Ruane: Is there anything to be said for knowing your learning style? (Mon 1st)
- Manjari Murali: Return to the beginning – to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease (Tues 2nd)
- Joseph Piergrossi: The tiny particles that might explain huge swaths of the universe (Wed 3rd)
- Lilian Fennell: Stop sleeping in the soup (Thurs 4th)
- Catherine Collins: Researching connections in Shark Bay dolphins (Fri 5th)
For up-and-coming science writers, check out the top tips from our panel of experts.
Thanks to everyone for promoting this series via social media over the past month. Don’t forget to check back each day from 9.30am for a new article!
Click on the following logo (featured at the end of each article) to see all posts in this series:
Series Logo: Photo by moi. ‘Hand emerging from sand on a freezing cold day’ modelled beautifully by my husband, David.