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PLOS Authors Say "Yes" to Preprints

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Why A New Study Says Scientists Should Use Twitter

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Science Communication Is Not an End in Itself: (Dis)Assembling the Science Festival

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Why White Supremacists Are Chugging Milk (and Why Geneticists Are Alarmed)

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Facts, risks and emotions

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Academicons: Icon Font for Academics

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Do You Need a Science Degree to Be a Science Reporter?

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We Should Reward Scientists for Communicating to the Public

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Preserving Comments from PubMed Commons

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Scientists Ride the Podcasting Wave

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Scientific sceptics hit back after rebuke

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Why Science Journalism Matters

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"Is There a Future for In-Depth Science Journalism?"

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