Katie Mack (@astrokatie)
(a.k.a. Katherine J Mack) astrophysicist, occasional freelance science writer, connoisseur of airplane food
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Maggie Koerth-Baker (@maggiekb)
Nerd, professional question-asker, mother to the world's cutest primate. Currently a Nieman-Berkman Fellow at Harvard.
Brian Switek (@laelaps)
Distant cousin of T. rex. Author of When Dinosaurs Ruled, My Beloved Brontosaurus, Written in Stone. NatGeo blogger. Dinologue host. Cat herder.
Glendon Mellow (@flyingtrilobite)
Art in Awe of Science
Actually Susie Derkins, slowly learning to be less embarrassed about it.
Alice Bell (@alicebell)
Journalist. Of sorts.
Colin Schultz (@clnschltz)
I don't get it.
Amy Davis Roth (@surlyamy)
Multimedia artist and writer with a love of science and nature.
Sean Carroll (@seancarroll)
Physicist, thinker of thoughts.
Michele Banks (@artologica)
I make science art. I write about science art. I have an exceptionally handsome cat.
Rebecca Watson (@rebeccawatson)
Writer, performer, fan of science and comedy and social justice and sloths.
Bobak F (@bobak)
I do things in space.
Planetary scientist, historian of science, science communicator.
And what you do, do it unfeignedly.
Nathan C. Nickel (@ncnickel)
I use "big data" to look at... issues impacting maternal and child health, burdens placed on the healthcare system, drivers of hospital resource use/costs.
Janet D. Stemwedel (@docfreeride)
Academic philosopher, lapsed chemist, ethics proponent, blogger. Using linear programming to try to find best balance of optimism and pragmatism.
Eric Michael Johnson (@ericmjohnson)
Scholar, science writer, simian.
Bill Dunford (@ridingwithrobots)
Robotic spacecraft are exploring the skies. You can ride along.
Writer at solarsystem.nasa.gov
Guest blogger at planetary.org
Josh Witten (@jtwitten)
CalmMonger, Managing Editor of The Finch & Pea, Science Communication Consultant
Miriam Goldstein (@miriamgoldstein)
Marine biologist, science communicator, newbie policy wonk.
Dr. SkySkull aka "Greg Gbur" (@drskyskull)
Professor of optical physics, blogger of physics, history of physics, and pulp fiction. Opinions are my own (and, of course, mighty Cthulhu's).
"It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue."
Emily Finke (@seelix)
Science communicator. Part time superhero.
Be seeing you.
Robert McNees (@mcnees)
I'm a physicist studying quantum gravity, cosmology, and black holes. Assistant professor at a school in Chicago. Co-creator of Willa Jane. You can visit me, tell me secret things, or check out my bride's books at:
Epidemiology dork, Guardian writer, sciLogs blogger person, leftie, Bisexual, knitter. This is the more-than-140 version of Twitter's Cherrymakes. (also makes a mean shepherd's pie)