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ScienceOnline Oceans

5 reasons you should attend ScienceOnline Oceans

• Uncategorized • July 5, 2013

This October, I’ll be hosting ScienceOnline Oceans at the University of Miami. Registration is now open (register here), and we still have a few spots available. Here are 5 reasons why you should join us. 1) The people. The list of ScienceOnline Oceans attendees includes scientists, students, conservationists, journalists, and science communicators from all over […]

ScienceOnline Oceans update: Registration information and costs

• Uncategorized • April 23, 2013

I have exciting news about ScienceOnline Oceans to share! General registration will start in a little over two weeks. As this is a little different from traditional scientific conferences, I’d like to explain the process in some detail. Registration  Registration will take place in four stages. 1) Session moderators and workshop leaders. If your proposal for a session […]

ScienceOnline Oceans: The planning wiki is now open, and other important updates.

• Uncategorized • March 4, 2013

I have a few important updates to share about ScienceOnline Oceans! For those of you who haven’t yet heard, ScienceOnline Oceans is a conference (affiliated with the NC-based ScienceOnline) that will explore how marine scientists and conservationists can use the internet for collaboration, education and outreach. The meeting will take place October 11-13th at the […]

Introducing ScienceOnline: Oceans!

• Uncategorized • February 1, 2013

I am thrilled to officially announce Science Online: Oceans, which will take place in Miami this October! ScienceOnline: Oceans is affiliated with the North Carolina based ScienceOnline organization and meeting, and we hope to incorporate much of what makes those meetings so special, but there is one key difference that regular ScienceOnline attendees should be […]