Video abstracts help researchers to attract the attention of their peers, a study from Portuguese
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.
Three German media scientists carried out an extensive study about audiovisual science communication on TV
A new study provides evidence, once again, that films need to tell effective narratives. Then
Science communicators are satisfied if their communication efforts raise the audiences' "willingness to pay" –
On the internet it’s mostly up to the users to check for trustworthiness and quality
Although YouTube could be an educational heaven the platform's algorithm takes you to its darkest
To really connect with your audiences emotions are key. But it's not that simple, studies
User generated content is not of relevance any more. Success on YouTube is identical with
Natalie Blaser analyzed 360° science videos from the perspective of the science of science communication.
To all practitioners in science communication: If you read one paper this year make it
Misleading scientific information is not a peripheral phenomenon on the streaming platform.
Do films really change the behavior of their viewers? This can be put to the
Study says: Networks of YouTubers strongly drive the establishment of collaborations.