The future of grant proposals is video, some scientists suggest. They expect more efficient review
Nature correspondent Alison Abbott reviews a new documentary on the European Commission's flagship neuroscience programme,
Did Germany deal adequately with climate change? This case is heard, in the year 2034,
The CEO of a video hosting platform dedicated to scholarly information explains why "video" is
Two videos, sponsored by the coal industry, successfully spread false information about the effects of
Why should scientific institutions engage in the field of video? This interview with communicators from
To better navigate ethical challenges of technology you might consider to watch more science fiction
»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
Science communication on YouTube is a wildly diverse genre. Some users take advantage of missing
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.
MINTEEE foundation's report describes, among others, an upcoming Golden Age for Science in Entertainment.
An e-book explores how the natural sciences are represented by moving images on the internet.