YouTube's recommendation algorithms have a bad reputation. Did they do a better job when serious
Famous German YouTuber Mai-Thi ranks first in the charts with her 2020 video "Corona is
idw's initiative aims at promoting the use of videos in science communication.
A promising model in it's early stages: The international science publisher Springer Nature offers scientists
How can scientific institutions make better use of the medium video? The German scientific news
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?
Linear narrative structures are much less interesting for the audiences than, for example, the documentary
It's mostly about getting the science right, Sci-fi screenwiters said at the World Conference of
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.
You're seeking a new job in research? You're applying for funds? You want to communicate
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.
A critical threshold of subscribers makes a German channel for popular science lectures attractive for
Do popular science web videos which were explicitly made for the web attract more views
Should scientists engage in storytelling, or rather stay away from it?
You want to buy fake views for your video? That's easily done and mostly successful.
At the University of Vienna, Documentary films, talks and an experts' discussion gave deep insight
EURASF has the goal of promoting a European network to support science films.
A new international film festival premiered in Halle an der Saale, Germany.
Female creators on YouTube are judged in a much more hostile or sexist way than