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Click Blog feeds in the Directory to see the latest articles from these and other STS-related blogs. See also Home pages.

Blogs in English

  • ARC: Anthropology of the Contemporary Research Collaboratory. ARC is an experimental project in collaborative research in the human sciences. It includes current collaborations on "vital systems security", synthetic biology and nanotechnology and "biopower." The site includes links to blogs that cover each of these areas.
  • The Bubble Chamber: Where history and philosophy of science meets society and public policy.
  • Buridan's Ass Science, law, ethics, philosophy, and politics. Buridan's Ass refers to a Medieval paradox concerning the logic of rationality and freewill read more. If you become a Buridan's Ass fan, as you very well may, you have to get yourself a Buridan's Ass Teddy Bear.This blog now seem solely devoted to Go.
  • Design Culture Lab A blog on public technologies written by anthropologist Anne Galloway.
  • Difference Engines Group blog exploring intersections of feminist theory and technoculture. Authors come from STS, Informatics, Art, and other disciplines.
  • Gustav Holmberg A list of sts blogs collated by Gustav Holmberg
  • "Mindfull" by Student Pugwash USA MindFull is a blog project of Student Pugwash USA, an educational, nonprofit organization that prepares science, technology and policy students to make social responsibility a guiding focus of their academic and professional endeavors.
  • Open Codex: Open Communities, Media, Source, and Standards. Author: Joseph Reagle, a graduate student at NYU.
  • The Post-Normal Times - Putting Science into Context An Environmental Science & Policy blog, for all the news that doesn't fit!
  • Ragesoss Blog of Sage Ross, history of science graduate student at Yale.
  • Relevant History Future studies and history, all in one, by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang.
  • Reasonable Excuse @Andybalmer, sociologist of science at University of Manchester, blogging on neuroscience, synthetic biology, lie detection, collaboration, STS and post-ELSI.
  • Savage Minds: Notes and Queries in Anthropology "Savage Minds is a collective web log devoted to both bringing anthropology to a wider audience as well as providing an online forum for discussing the latest developments in the field. We are a group of Ph.D. students and professors teaching and studying anthropology and are excited to share it with you." RSS
  • Somatosphere A collaborative weblog covering the intersections of medical anthropology, science and technology studies, cultural psychiatry and bioethics.

Inactive but still live blogs:

  • Charles Babbage Institute News and Information - Inactive News, resources, and other information for current and potential researchers at the Charles Babbage Institute, an archives at the University of Minnesota for the history of information technology.
  • Epistemographer - Inactive Blog of Josh Greenberg, who's currently hanging out at George Mason University's Center for History and New Media.
  • Projectories - Inactive Links, thoughts, news, conferences and findings in the science & technology studies and educational technology fields. Author: Francis Lee (Ph.D. Student at the Department of Technology and Social Change (Tema-T), at Linköping University, Sweden.

Blogs in French

Both Enro and François are enrolled in the Circle for Scientific Assessment and in the Café des Sciences, a collective initiative that groups science-orientated blogs written in French.

  • scriptopolis is a blog on objects, traces, practices, and so on, by a group of French sociologists very much into sociology of science, Philippe Artières, Jérôme Denis, David Pontille and Didier Torny.

Blogs in Other Languages

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