Social media gets science noticed

Social media gets science noticed

Study finds academic researchers are turning to social media more to share their work.

Academic researchers are turning to social media more and more, and not just to post family photos, according to University of Wisconsin-Madison professor of life sciences communication Dominique Brossard.

"I've been in science communication for a while now, and I am really seeing a change — especially among the younger scientists — in their willingness to share their work," Brossard said.

It's the venue for that sharing that has

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