Video abstracts help researchers to attract the attention of their peers, a study from Portuguese
An archive of films that feature famous scientists looks deserted for about two years now.
The annual film festival CineGlobe at the European research center CERN now lets you watch
A new festival in Berlin will focus on climate change in literature and film. Its
How can streaming a science film turn into a collective experience? The University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
It is great to watch science movies on demand. But isn't it much better to
In September, the European Academy of Science Film, EURASF, based in Vienna, will award the
Samer Angelone from the University of Zurich conducts film workshops for scientists not in seminar
A series of 5-to-10-minute videos produced by a public broadcaster report on the problems that
Successful science communication: Antikythera researcher Tony Freeth published not only a fascinating scientific paper about
YouTube's recommendation algorithms have a bad reputation. Did they do a better job when serious
After having watched impressive and awe-inspiring nature documentaries people turn out to be less dogmatic.
The future of grant proposals is video, some scientists suggest. They expect more efficient review
Three German media scientists carried out an extensive study about audiovisual science communication on TV
An inspiring media library presents selected movies.
Nature correspondent Alison Abbott reviews a new documentary on the European Commission's flagship neuroscience programme,
Famous German YouTuber Mai-Thi ranks first in the charts with her 2020 video "Corona is
Did Germany deal adequately with climate change? This case is heard, in the year 2034,
One of the winners of FastForwardScience is a YouTuber who became successful thanks to a
idw's initiative aims at promoting the use of videos in science communication.
A new study provides evidence, once again, that films need to tell effective narratives. Then
The CEO of a video hosting platform dedicated to scholarly information explains why "video" is
A promising model in it's early stages: The international science publisher Springer Nature offers scientists
What if you could talk with the deceased, at least with a perfect digital copy
Go to the movies (and beware of the coronavirus): This event in Zurich focusses on