Here is another installment of the traditional series of posts introducing attendees/participants of ScienceOnline2011. You can find them all on the list, but it may help if you get them in smaller chunks, focusing on a few at a time.
Vanessa Woods is a Research Scientist at Duke University. She blogs at Your Inner Bonobo and tweets as @bonobohandshake. Her latest book is Bonobo Handshake which I reviewed when it first came out. Vanessa also did a blog interview for me a couple of years ago.
Christina Pikas is a Librarian at JHU/APL. She blogs at Christina’s LIS Rant and tweets as @cpikas. I interviewed her for the blog two years ago.
Andrew Farke is the Curator of Paleontology at the Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology and is one of the people behind The Open Dinosaur Project. He blogs at The Open Source Paleontologist. You can learn more in his blog interview from back in March.
Vivienne Raper is a Freelance writer and editor. She blogs at Outdoor Science on the AGU network and tweets as @vivraper.
Hillary Rosner is a Freelance journalist and the Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT. She tweets as @hillaryrosner.
Jim Hutchins is a Professor in the Department of Health Sciences at Weber State University. He tweets as @agileroxy.
Emily Anthes is a Freelance science writer. She blogs on Wonderland at the PLoS network and tweets as @emilyanthes
John Logsdon is an Associate Professor of Biology at the University of Iowa. He blogs at Sex, Genes & Evolution and tweets as @johnlogsdon.
Tim De Chant is a Science Writer and Editor at Northwestern University. He tweets as @tdechant.
Kathleen O’Neil is the Public Information Specialist at the American Geophysical Union. She tweets as @katmoneil