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Physics Buzz & Physics Central on Physics.org Web Awards Shortlist

Good news, everyone!


Both Physics Buzz and Physics Central have been nominated for web awards from physics.org!

Physics Buzz was one of five physics-related blogs nominated for a 'Best blog' award. The other contenders include Discover magazine's Bad Astronomy, Wired magazine's Dot Physics, Starts With A Bang, and Cosmic Variance - another Discover mag blog.

Go to the physics.org website to vote for your favorite blog. While you're there, don't forget to vote in the 'best kids site' category, where Physics Central is also on the short list!

Thanks for reading!

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