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David Wescott

Contributor profile · 3 posts · joined 1 March 2010

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I am a North Carolina-based public affairs professional working for a Washington DC firm. I have a wife, a son, and a dog. I love baseball. I was born just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. My blog, It's Not a Lecture, is at http://itsnotalecture.blogspot.com and I'm @dwescott1 on Twitter.

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16 March 2011

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USA: Science Bloggers Explain Earthquakes and Tsunamis

As Japan and the rest of the world struggle to make sense of the devastating earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear scare, science bloggers are sharing facts to help explain what happened.

15 March 2011

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USA: Science Bloggers Explain Fukushima

The horror of Friday 11 March's earthquake and resulting tsunami near the east coast of Honshu, Japan soon gave way to widespread panic as explosions rocked the Fukushima nuclear power...

14 September 2010

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USA: “Science Blogging” Goes Global, Gains Respect

A global online community of scientists have recently emerged as an influential and important contributor to worldwide journalism about science. They have grown more sophisticated in their communications, now catching...

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