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17 Sep 14 - Science News And Media News

This App "Floods" Climate&Deniers' Social Media Feeds With Science
That's also why, in advance of the upcoming UN climate summit this month, Cook, along with a coalition of climate non-profits called Science Stands, developed an app to “flood” the social media feeds of 16 climate deniers with 8,000 papers from the ...

Integral Ad Science and Collective Partner to Ensure Media Quality
(ADOTAS) NEW YORK, NY–( Sep 15, 2014) - Integral Ad Science, the leading global provider of actionable advertising intelligence for buyers and sellers of digital media, and Collective, a programmatic, multiscreen advertising company connecting brand ...

WATCH: Five ways social media is changing your brain
Social media and the internet obviously have affected the way we interact, but what are they doing to our bodies? Some of the most significant changes are actually happening to our brains, and the latest episode of AsapSCIENCE lists five of them that ...

MBIE funding for New Zealand science
The goal of the Government's science investment is to produce excellent science with the highest capacity to benefit New Zealanders,” Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce said in a media release. “The projects announced today will help to boost ...

The top 50 science stars of Twitter
Scientists with a high score on the index, named after the reality TV star Kim Kardashian, one of the most popular celebrities on the social media platform, should “get off Twitter” and write more papers, suggested Hall, who works at the University of ...

Is social media rotting our brains? New video from ASAP Science
Those fast-talking science fans at ASAP have a new social media hit with their latest video on ... the effects of social media on your body and brain. Their latest has more than 340,000 views on YouTube. Even though most of it is bad news. Social media ...

CSIRO scientists sorting mail, cleaning labs after budget cuts
Some highly skilled scientists and project leaders at the CSIRO are being kept from their research to clean laboratories, write promotional material, sort mail and refill photocopiers after government budget cuts and a efficiency drive that have forced ...

WARNING: wild extrapolation (a classification system for science news)
But in the modern media, it's vitally important that a news story or piece get as much attention as possible, and this is often achieved by highlighting the consequences that could affect the potential reader.

Science Media Beset with Gender Gaps
And the pattern holds when you look at science writing and communications programs specifically, according to data collected for Women in Science Writing Solutions Summit, which took place in June at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in ...

wrong on ABC stand
“The Australian reported that media analysis of the ABC's coverage of coal and coal-seam gas mining suggested that these industries had a negative environmental impact and that investing in renewables should be prioritised,” Professor Stanley wrote.

Science: Precious Petals to Passionate Teachers
I've seen preschoolers be enthralled by a simple playground volcano experiment and yet they don't go on to study science at school and university in droves. What can be done, not just by government, but by parents, scientists and the media to ignite ...

Social media and the Internet are drastically altering your brain, science ...
We know that Facebook can be addictive - and mood altering - but what about the rest of the World Wide Web and social media? A new video from AsapSCIENCE outlines how technology may be altering our brains - decreasing our ability to multitask, ...

Understanding ISIL Messaging Through Behavioral Science
... apocalypse—has been leveraged as a tool to attract new Western recruits. Given how effective ISIL messaging has been, one must wonder what is it about their narrative that is so compelling?

Bill Nye the Science Guy Unveils New Mediasite Studio
Today, to support STEM in schools, Bill Nye “the Science Guy” unveils a new GEOSET recording studio for faculty, students and area teachers to create educational videos - science research, class projects, experiments and more - for educators around the ...

Xpire's App Makes All Your Social Media “Ephemeral”
Dallas-based computer science college student Jesse Stauffer wants to make social media more private. With help from his brother and financial backing from Mark Cuban, he recently released an iOS application called Xpire that lets users share ...

Jindal calls White House 'science deniers,' dodges Darwin
Jindal used the occasion to issue a head-scratcher of an accusation against the Obama administration: “The reality is right now we've got an administration in the Obama administration that are science deniers when it comes to harnessing America's ...

Vimeo Launches "Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection
Factory, LLC is a diversified multi-platform media company devoted to producing, uncovering, preserving and revitalizing the very best of pop culture.

EngageSciences CEO Richard Jones on the science of social media marketing
Between 2011 and the end of 2013, social media ad spend in the UK rose from £265m to £585m, according to PwC and the IAB.

Artificial sweeteners may contribute to diabetes, controversial study finds
“On this evidence, I'd agree that lab mice shouldn't have lots of sweeteners in their drinking water,” writes Catherine Collins, a dietitian at St. George's Hospital in London, in a statement distributed by the Science Media Centre. Lab mice get a much ...

The ABC is vital to Australian democracy
If you only read The Australian, or listen to the views of some politicians, you would think that the ABC is struggling to provide fair coverage of events, is biased in its politics and its science, and that it is wasting tax-payers' dollars. Have you ...

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