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by Andrew Maynard March 21, 2010

I’ll be experimenting with updates to the 2020 Science look this next few days, in anticipation of the big move from the Wilson Center Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies to the University of Michigan Risk Science Center (more on this later in the week). So if things look a little odd, please bear with me! (And [...]

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Scientists and social media – This is not a case study

by Ruth Seeley January 4, 2010

By Ruth Seeley, No Spin PR. A little over a year ago, Ruth Seeley – a freelance communications consultant – rather bravely approached me with a proposition:  She would help me develop a social media strategy for 2020 Science, if I would let her write the experience up as a case study.  Was she mad?  [...]

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2020 Science in 2009 – and a chance to win a rather nifty 2020 Science Mug!

by Andrew Maynard January 1, 2010

I know you’re supposed to look forward at the beginning of the new year, but having done that the other day, I thought I would take this opportunity to have a quick glance back at the last 12 months of 2020 Science.  And just to keep your attention – I know how tedious these retrospectives [...]

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Quick poll – tweaks to the 2020 Science layout

by Andrew Maynard May 10, 2009

[Update 5/11/09:  Thanks to everyone who voted/commented on the 2020 Science layout.  This was extremely helpful.  In the tradition of scientists the world-over, I listened to the feedback carefully... then did my own thing!  Actually, the new layout builds on the poll and comments, but I ended up sticking with the three column format.  If [...]

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