Science Sushi – A Year In Review

By Christie Wilcox | December 30, 2011 2:55 pm

It’s almost 2012, and as we all know the world will be ending. I figure it’s as good a time as any to look back. So far this year…

…I have posted 33 posts

…which have gotten 269 comments

…with visitors from more than 15 countries across the globe

…and have been syndicated at BlogHer, Ecology.com and more

The three most popular posts of the year:

3. Instant Zombie: Just Add Salt

2. Time – And Brain Chemistry – Heal All Wounds

1. Mythbusting 101: Organic Farming > Conventional Agriculture

…and last, but certainly not least, my post Why Do Women Cry? Obviously, It’s So They Don’t Get Laid was chosen to be published in Open Lab 2012

Overall, I’d say it’s been a pretty good year – especially since it’s only been six months here at SciAm. Here’s to next year being even better!

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About Christie Wilcox

Christie Wilcox is a science writer and PhD Student at the University of Hawaii, where she studies the protein toxins in venomous fish. She is renowned in the science blogosphere for her delicate balance of contemporary science and scientific perspective seasoned with just the right amount of wit. Her award-winning posts have been featured in The Open Laboratory: The Best Science Writing On Blogs four years running and landed on the pages of major media outlets including The New York Times and Scientific American. To learn more about her life and work, check out her webpage or follow her on Twitter, Google+, or Facebook.

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