Editor’s Selections — a new way to find your favorite posts

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By Dave Munger

ResearchBlogging.org has seen astonishing growth in the past year, and we expect it to grow even more in the coming months. We’re often seeing over 100 new posts in a week. How can you sort through them all, especially if they’re outside of your primary research area?

To address this issue, we’ve found experts who are also accomplished bloggers to server as editors in each of four major content areas: Biology, Health/Clinical Research, Psychology/Neuroscience, and everything else. Each week, they’ll select several posts they found most interesting, and post links to them here on ResearchBlogging.org News. Every weekday starting today, you’ll find a list of new posts here, selected for relevance by expert content editors.

I’ll let the editors introduce themselves as their posts appear over the course of the week. We hope you’ll enjoy this new way to find great research on ResearchBlogging.org.

Was your post selected? Copy the text below and place it on your blog post to display a custom "Editor's Selection" icon!

Editor's Selection Icon<span style="float: left; padding: 5px;"><a href="http://researchblogging.org/news/?p=150"><img alt="This post was chosen as an Editor's Selection for ResearchBlogging.org" src="http://www.researchblogging.org/public/citation_icons/rb_editors-selection.png" style="border:0;"/></a></span>

6 Responses to “Editor’s Selections — a new way to find your favorite posts”

  1. Alejandro Montenegro-Montero Says:
    August 3rd, 2009 at 11:10 am

    This is a great idea. Nevetheless, having just one editor for “Biology” is too broad. If the selected scientist/blogger is someone working on evolution, he will undoubtedly be more interested, and then highlight, articles in that area more frequently than in some other areas. Maybe with the rise of new bloggers this could be fixed over time.
    On another note, any chance if having RSS feeds for the selected posts in particular areas?


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