Comment »Posted on Tuesday 6 July 2010 at 9:14 pm by Jacob Aron
In Happenings

Exciting news today: I’ve been shortlisted for the Association of British Science Writers Best Newcomer award. What’s more, I’m joined by my fellow Just A Theory blogger Colin Stuart, along with Helen Thomson, the biomedical news editor at New Scientist.

It’s a great honour to make the cut, and I’m really looking forward to the award ceremony on 23 July. I’ve been working as a freelance science and technology writer for nearly a year now, and I put at least part of my success down to the many hours spent working on this very blog.

Unfortunately posting levels have died down recently, but that’s because I’ve been very busy elsewhere. Here are some of my recent articles, if you haven’t already seen me spamming them on Twitter:

Proof at last for Boltzmann’s 140-year-old gas equation – New Scientist

Drinking coffee doesn’t make you more alert, caffeine study reveals – The Guardian

First replicating creature spawned in life simulator – New Scientist

Michael Gr├Ątzel: Give people access to cheap solar power – The Observer


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