Writing and SciComm Resources

SciComm Stuff

SciBlogHub’s Compendium of Science Blogs
A recently established Twitter account for the science blogging community, @SciBlogHub, took time to compile a list of science blogs. Poke around and see who else is out there!

This subreddit is in its infancy, but could potentially be a great resource and hub for SciComm bloggers.

Useful Writing Resources

Mick Schroeder’s Citation Generator
A informatics pharmacist and tech blogger, Mick Schroeder made this great tool for cresting AMA-style citations. It takes in most any information and spits out a ready-to-go citation. A must-use for researchers/writers!

I use this whenever I’m writing on the go. It’s nice to be able to access web stories via PDF when there’s no WiFi around.

Just learned about this tool and haven’t tried it out, but apparently this is a free online platform to make audio transcription easier.

Other Nice Resources

Our World in Data
Maintained by the University of Oxford, a nice compendium of global data trends.