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What do you think about the future of science blogging?
- more people / scientists will start blogging
- science blogs will become like lab books / diaries
- as science blogs become more popular, audience will grow & spread science education
In the near future science blogging will become more popular and science blogging will become popular between scientists. It could be a great way to communicate their research and write about other research.
Science blogs will become like lab books / diaries
Already, science bloggers utilise their platforms to blog lab work and lab photography. Science blogs could soon become a replacement for the standard lab book and all work will be documented on-line instead of on paper.
Currently the audience for science blogs consists of people who study / have studied science. In the future science blogs will become more famous than fashion and/or beauty blogs and will become peoples primary source for science information.
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