Best Science Blogs on Blogger in 2020

Best Blogspot Science BloggersA blog that is dedicated to creating content concerning the science part of the world is called a Science Blog. A science blog usually has content related to science stuff like various experiments, new theories, and at times, they also talk about or focus on already existing theories. A science blogger focuses on creating content either about a certain topic or various things and topics, all of which relate to science. A blogger creating content for a science blog can focus on all of the branches of science or focus on just a single one. These blogs can be written by a scientist, a science teacher, or just anyone with a passion for science-related things. These bloggers can also be critics or supporters about certain policies or topics and usually interact with their audience to ask for their opinions as well. Here is the list of some of great science blogs on Google’s Blogger site.

Back Reaction

Back Reaction blog is all about science news, physics and philosophy of science. It covers the research updates and has an option to share queries on science, biophysics etc. where there will solvation of the queries. The blogger Sabine Hossenfelder aka Bee is a physicist and a research fellow at Frankfurt institute of advanced studies and working on physics beyond the standard model, phenomenological quantum gravity, and modifications of general relativity.

Motl's

The reference frame blog by Lubos Motl is about the super symmetric world from a conservative viewpoint. It has several science-political updates from all around the world and covers topics from alternative physics, astronomy, religion, science and society etc. Lubos, a Czech theoretical physicist was an assistant professor at Harvard University from 2004-2007.

Nexus Illuminati

Nexus Illuminati blog is about the new paradigms of the new enlightenment-suppressed science, hidden history and the enlightening nature of reality revealed.

Contrary Brin

Contrary Brin is an official blog website of bestselling science fiction writer and futurist, David Brin. For an extreme professional science updates one can highly rely upon this blog site.
David Brin is not only a writer, but also a scientist, tech-consultant and world known author. He speaks, advises, and writes widely on topics form national defense to astronomy and space exploration and nanotechnology.

Share it Science

Share it Science is a pure fun science blog by Sarah Benton Feitlinger who is a science educator with over 10 years of experience. She is a curriculum developer, children’s science writer and blogger.
 The blog has lessons and ideas for science exhibitions. This is a science teaching toolbox. It attracts kids by presenting kids science news. It also has contests and grants. This is user friendly and picturesque science blog.

Unofficial Google Data Science blog

The blog is the work of some data scientists at Google who wish to bring out stories of interest to data scientists outside of Google. It has some handful of updates on data science. The blog is handled by Amir Najmi and Diane Tang.

Tough SF

Started in June 2015 by Matter Beam, this blog is dedicated in helping Science Fiction authors to create and discuss worlds where a realistic setting can still serve fiction. It has a lot about science and its application for all those fiction writers.

Science Seeker

Science Seeker is a pure aggregate of several science blogs. There are thousands of science blogs and new sites around the world, written by active scientists, journalists, professors, students and interested laypeople. But till now there are no good aggregate which can sort every articles for the readers. This is the motive of this blog and it is successful in fulfilling it. The blog is handled by a whole of team around 10-20 members.

Alfred Thompson's blog

This is Alfred Thompson's blog about computer science education and related topics. Alfred was earlier working full-time at Microsoft and was involved in interacting with computer science teachers on curriculum issues related to Microsoft products. After working for about 9 years, he returned to teaching as a Computer Science teacher.

UoA Computer Science blog

This – University of Auckland (New Zealand) computer science blog is aimed at educating public on computer science and its impact and uses. This blog is managed by Ian Watson.

Let us know how you liked this list of blogs. If any one of your favorite science blog site that you follow; is not covered here or have an opinion on any of the above listed blog, please let us know. We would like to keep this list up to date with all the best blogs.


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