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In Research and Development, communication darns a new dimension, as it must meet the challenge of reflecting the outcome of the research in the right context and to diverse audience, including Non-Specialists and the General Public. This initiative is to foster and nurture all forms of Effective Science Communication.

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How to spot fake health information and root out charlatans, according to health experts

#Misinformation
The goal of the entities responsible for misinformation is to generate mass ... See more

Misinformation is everywhere, particularly when it comes to false health content. Here's a guide to ... See more

1 day ago
Coronavirus conversations: Science communication during a pandemic

#SciCom #Healthpandemic
How is science communication evolving during the pandemic?
“We are ... See more

How researchers can tackle an “infodemic” of hearsay, speculation and fake news.

2 weeks ago
Working Scientist podcast: Science communication made simple

#SciComm #HealthComm

In a world currently facing an unparalleled health crisis, the need for clear ... See more

Funders require that researchers clearly explain their science to a general audience. Pakinam Amer ... See more

4 weeks ago
When it comes to team communication, faster isn’t always better

Most people accept distractions and interruptions as just a part of doing business, but remote ... See more

The frantic pace of always-on culture needs to slow down.

4 weeks ago
Comics and cartoons are a powerful way to teach kids about COVID-19

#SciCom #Cartoons
Effective methods of reaching out to people.
Comic books have been shown to be ... See more

Scientists provide the credibility and accuracy, while the artists ensure this is communicated with ... See more

1 month ago
Public trust in science ‘soars following pandemic’

#SciCom
People believe that public trust in science and researchers appears to have soared during ... See more

Survey results from Germany also suggest people think public disagreement between scientists is ... See more

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NIAS-SciComm-AI

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It is apparent that the world will have to learn to adapt swiftly and significantly to a “new normal” of work to deal with the current (and potential future) phases of Covid-19. Automation and AI can play a very important role in defining this “new normal” of work in the Covid-19 (and post-COVID-19) world. More specifically, automation and AI can help companies infuse three key attributes of agility/flexibility, responsiveness, and frugality, enabling companies to better adapt to the fast-changing situations in the times of Covid-19.
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