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Can great storytelling restore trust in scientific publishers?

Building trust in publishers with the right science storytelling There have never been more scientists. There has never been more research completed. There has never been more to publish. However, the art of science storytelling has yet to be perfected. And, amid the bounty, the relationship between science journal publishers and their paying customers is far …

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Subject matter expert talks about technology restore trust in science publishing

Interview – How Technology Could Restore Trust in Science Publishing

How to restore trust in science publishing Speeding up the research process, according to ARTiFACTS, requires turning research communication on its head by tracking, recording and sharing findings in small fragments and in real-time even before publishing them as full journal articles in order to restore trust in science publishing.  Bashing science publishers have gone …

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Start-ups Survey Debunks Myths about Science Publishing Innovative Ecosystem

Yvonne Campfens discusses some of the surprising findings of her start-ups study with Sabine Louët, SciencePOD CEO, in a podcast The first study of its kind related to the start-up ecosystem in the science publishing industry brought a lot of discussions during the APE2019 conference, held on 16th January 2019, in Berlin, Germany. The author of …

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Andrew Burgess speaks about the use of AI in the content creation sector at ConTech

AI and content creation “The conversation is the relationship”, according to Management Consultant Andrew Burgess, who provides strategic insight around AI. In an interview recorded at ConTech 2018, held at the end of November in London, UK, Burgess talks with SciencePOD about the potential of AI in the content creation sector. Should professionals in science publishing involved in creating …

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Subject matter expert talking about trust in medical information

Trust in Medical Information: Quality Content in the MedTech Industry

Podcast Stephen Levin: how to create trust in the medical device industry with quality stories “At the end of the day, the only thing we have is our credibility,” says Stephen Levin, who is co-Editor-in-Chief of MedTech Strategist together with David Cassak. The magazine’s main focus is on delivering in-depth analysis of trends in the MedTech (Medical Technologies) industry, which encompasses …

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Preferring inductive over deductive reasoning makes science communication more effective

Inductive reasoning and communication Scientists are, all too often, notoriously bad communicators. Why is this? Outside their specialty, scientists need inductive reasoning to communicate with their colleagues.  These are intelligent and thoughtful people, who consider carefully and think deeply about what they do. I fear the problem lies with the rest of us, non-scientists, who quite simply don’t do …

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AI-driven personalisation to solve the battle for attention

Lack of personalised content development Everyone seems to be suffering from content indigestion as news competes with native advertising for readers’ attention. So what are start-ups doing to fix this? The simple answer: personalised content development.  During the weeks running up to the biggest toy selling season, nobody ignores how cartoons and kids’ movies are …

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Podcast, Ivan Oransky, RetractionWatch: Retractions are like red flags highlighting infractions in science

Keeping a record of the retraction of research publications made it easier for journalistic coverage dissecting the infractions occurring within science publishing. “What I see that’s important, is not just coverage of individual cases, people are actually trying to put this all together. They’re filing public record requests because that’s something we’re not thinking of.” …

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Podcast: How open science could benefit from blockchain

Experts reflect on the implications of blockchain for research Sabine Louët, reporting from the APE2018 , meets the faces of scholarly publishing, in Berlin. Louët is an EuroScientist Editor. She interviews several experts on their views on how blockchain technology will change open science. How blockchain will help open science First, we hear from Lambert Heller, the head of the Open Science Lab …

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