What is Sciencebase.com?
Sciencebase.com is the place to be for active science communication on the web, covering all areas of scientific, technical, engineering, and medical topics in a timely and informative manner. Articles and information are researched and written by David Bradley Science Writer. The name comes from the generic term for the underlying scientific infrastructure, the researchers, laboratories and equipment, research results, and the scientific literature - the science base, in other words.
Who is Sciencebase.com for?
The site is aimed at everyone who has an interest in scientific, technical, engineering, and medical subjects including chemistry, physics, biomedical research and other natural and physical sciences. The site is written for the educated lay person with an interest but not necessarily training in any given field.
How long has Sciencebase.com been online?
The site evolved from the Elemental Discoveries webzine which has been in existence since 1996. Personally, David Bradley has had a net presence for fifteen years (as of January 23, 1989).
Who owns Sciencebase.com?
David Bradley BSc CChem MRSC
David Bradley Science Writer (Partnership)
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What is the Sciencebase RSS news feed channel?
Click here to add our newsfeed to your newsreader.
Who supports Sciencebase.com financially?
Sciencebase receives some financial backing through a partnership with TradePub.com, which offers access toFree Science Magazines as well as other independent advertisers.
Has Sciencebase.com won any awards?
Sciencebase.com and its associated sites have won several awards and commendations from the likes of Encyclodedia Britannica, BioMednet, The Guardian, New Scientist, The Scout Report.
What is Elemental Discoveries?
Elemental Discoveries is the old name for the webzine started in 1995 online and in print that evolved into the present Sciencebase.com site.
What is Imaging Storm?
Imaging Storm - Songs, Snaps & Science is the place for music (originals and cover songs), photos and a bit more science from David Bradley.
How do I become a Science Writer?
So you want to be a science writer...? There are many routes into the profession and some expert advice can be found at the ABSW, CASW, and NASW websites in their respective SYWTBASW documents.
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