Joanne Loves Science is the home of articles and videos by Joanne Manaster, aka @sciencegoddess on twitter.
If you love reading science, check out the popular science book reviews and Read Science! Google Hangouts on Air author interviews.
If you are interested in science around the world, read topics inspired by Joanne’s travels, including some that are space travel focused!
Scientific gummy bear destruction, the science of cats in sinks and science of make-up are early videos used to explain science.
Posts about science in TV, video and film, the topic of her former blog at Scientific American, will continue to be shared on this site.
As a science new media specialist active in outreach, Joanne can be found talking about social media and STEM issues for all. See what she has done and is doing next.
A Gallery of Social Media Images
This gallery contains several images taken or captured over the years from various new media and outreach activities I’ve participated in. These include several appearances on TV and internet programming, on stage speaking to young ladies about careers in science, various activities with NASA, contributing to social media panels, and even an appearance on stage with Thomas Dolby.
Social Media and Outreach Snapshots
8 years ago Gallery, Social Media, Social Media Gallery • Tags: Argonne Labs, BBC, Bill Hammack, Buzz Aldrin, Cara Santa Maria, Carin Bondar, Catherine, Chris Hadfield, ciLiving, Google Hangout on Air, Heather Roberts, Huffpost Live, India, International Reporting Project, Jeff Shaumeyer, Joanne Manaster, Joe Barlow, Kate Clancy, Melanie Hepler, science, Scientific American, social media, Thomas Dolby, TV, video, WCIA, Young Scientists Journal