THE GUARDIAN SCIENCE BLOGS

Cambridge Policy Lab

As a further contribution to discussions about academic public policy blogging, here is a brief account of the experiment with The Guardian and science policy.

By James Wilsdon

In 2012, the Guardian’s science section embarked on an editorial experiment with a group of around 15 academic bloggers – inviting them to edit and write regularly for a family of science blogs on the Guardian website  https://www.theguardian.com/science/series/science-blog-network.

All of the invited bloggers were experts in their fields, ad most were drawn from the scientific community – from mathematics, particle physics and astronomy to neuroscience and psychology.

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