ScienceOnline2010, the fourth annual conference on science and the Web, has announced that it will be held on January 15-17th, 2010 in the Research Triangle Park area.
The free three-day event explores science on the Web. On the planning wiki for the event it says:
This is a conference to explore new ways in communicating scientific exploration. Our conference addresses a variety of issues and perspectives on science communication, including science literacy, the popularization of science, science in classrooms and in homes, debunking pseudoscience, using blogs as tools for presenting scientific research, writing about science, and health and medicine. In addition to being an internationally known hub of scientific and biomedical research and education, North Carolina has numerous science blogs written by a wide variety of people – see this listing of Science bloggers located in North Carolina here.
Conference registration will open in Fall 2009. Right now you can sign up for advance notice about registration and other conference news.