Friday, June 3, 2011

3QD Science Prize: Voting Open

The '3QD' Science Prize is awarded to some of the best online science writing every year.

The 'long list' for this year's award is now available and my recent post on Guinness and Obama is included- Is Féidir Linn: Obama was right.

You can now take a look at the long list and read some of the best science writing of the year and of course, it would be great if you voted for me to make the shortlist!

To vote, just click here, scroll down to the voting panel and find Communicate Science: Is Féidir Linn: Obama was right (the voting panel is in alphabetical order so my post is 14th from the top).

There are three awards up for grabs: first place (Top Quark), second place (Strange Quark) and third place (Charm Quark). You can see the winners of last year's awards here. Last year's overall winner was Ed Yong from Not Exactly Rocket Science.

The final placings will be decided by Guest Judge and Harvard Physicist Prof. Lisa Randall, but you get to decide on the shortlist!

Voting closes on June 11, so get voting!


Humphrey Jones June 3, 2011 at 12:16 PM  

Well done Eoin - a great achievement!

. June 8, 2011 at 10:36 PM  

Yes congratulations for the nomination! And an interesting piece of writing.

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