The science behind Twitter reach.
I poll my Twitter colleagues on tips for increasing my blog reach.
*Edited 21 May to add books by Michael Kodas and Gary Ferguson. 2017 was the worst wildfire season on record in BC. A total of … Read more
Last week my colleague Pascal Lapointe (Agence Science-Presse) and I had a post up on the Science Borealis blog suggesting that the federal government’s review … Read more
Road crossings over streams (often constructed using a culvert) can significantly affect fish by changing stream channel morphology, constricting streamflow, and ultimately making it difficult … Read more
I just had a two part blog series posted on the Canadian Science Publishing blog, looking at whether or not science is broken – and … Read more
My latest post for Canadian Science Publishing takes on the unexpectedly controversial topic of scientists using Twitter. “Recently, Kirk Englehardt, Director of Research Communication at … Read more
Sometime in the last few days I passed 2000 followers on Twitter. I was keeping track because Paige Brown (@FromTheLabBench) wrote a great blog post … Read more
My second post for Canadian Science Publishing came out on their blog yesterday. “Scientists are often bombarded with terms such as ‘outreach’ and ‘public engagement’, … Read more