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Month: February 2020

Why science is made of podcasting

Why Science is Made for Podcasting

A lesson on how to successfully engage in science podcasting Karen Emslie, SciencePOD content creator  Podcasts offer on-demand listening, anytime, anywhere. Listeners around the world have embraced audio storytelling and hits, such as Serial and Stuff You Should Know, have been downloaded millions of times. Science podcasts, including The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week and Science Vs, are among the most popular.  The numbers speak …

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Publishing Shifts to Author-Centric Services

The new author-centric form of publishing Publishing sector must invest in developing new services to underpin Open Science expansion In this podcast interview, Jean-Claude Burgelman, the Open Access envoy at the Directorate General Research and Innovation of the European Commission, in Brussels, Belgium, shares his views on the role of the science publishing industry in …

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Persuasive Medical Communication Begins With a Shift

The key to successful medical communication By Paul Hill, SciencePOD writer  The primary question to answer is not what do we need to say, but why should our audience care about what we’re saying?  For medical communication, that means adapting the style and substance of content to the varying perspectives of practitioners, patients, and non-specialist professionals.  For example, Public …

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