Periodic Table of of science blogs

David Bradley of Sciencebase has put together an interesting Periodic Table of science bloggers. It was complied on a “first come, first served” basis and is, of course, restricted in numbers (currently 103). But a useful resource for anyone interested in browsing through science blogs they may not be familiar with.

There’s even a couple of Kiwi science blogs in the Table! See if you can find them.

Reminds me a bit of the periodic table for wines (see I want one of these!)!


Thanks to Periodic Table of David Bradley Sciencebase.

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2 responses to “Periodic Table of of science blogs

  1. I am a 8th grade teacher in NC and came across your site while researching some information about the periodic table for my chemistry class this year. I just wanted to thank you for the great information and articles about the the periodic table.

    We would love it if you could write a few articles for us, but I understand if your busy so a link to some of the current articles would be very helpful as well to help us spread trusted resources to other teachers. I have included a link to the site in case you would like to help us out by linking to it, tweeting it, or adding it to your Facebook profile.

    http://www.thefreeresource.com/the-periodic-table-elements-symbols-and-atomic-numbers

    Thanks and keep the great resources coming

    Bre Matthews

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  2. What do you think of the paper “Newlands revisited” and its periodic table?

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