Why should scientific institutions engage in the field of video? This interview with communicators from
User generated content is not of relevance any more. Success on YouTube is identical with
»A festival on neurotechnology, anchored into the current state of science«, that's how art critic
A curated collection of articles about science web videos on wissenschaftskommunikation.de
These videos could help scientists to engage with YouTube audiences.
Science communication on YouTube is a wildly diverse genre. Some users take advantage of missing
For the case of short clips about synthetic biology researchers studied which thinking processes the
Call for papers: What is the role of science videos for science communication?
A survey: YouTube vs. school – where do you learn more?
A German researcher demands that science should make better use of YouTube and cooperate with
The standardized format – question, method, findings, relevance and outlook – appeals to many researchers.
The New Scientist recommends science YouTube channels.
Misleading scientific information is not a peripheral phenomenon on the streaming platform.
»Mind my mind« by Floor Adams is a highly original animation that portrays the experience
Fictional films can inspire broad audiences beyond the usual target groups for science communication –
YouTube efforts to make conspiracy videos harder to find are not impactful.
When you are in everybody’s way you are in the right place.
Does the moving image equivalent of a written abstract add to scientific advance or to
Are specialized streaming platforms for science films on the rise?
Who spreads the flat earth theory? Mostly YouTube, as a study reveals.
Do films really change the behavior of their viewers? This can be put to the
Some surprise winners, some foreseeable awardees – and some who took home more than one award.
By uploading this video on YouTube He Jiankui became an objectionable celebrity.
»Dusk Chorus« accompanies the eco-acoustics researcher and sound artist David Monacchi into the tropical forest
A critical threshold of subscribers makes a German channel for popular science lectures attractive for