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iSGTW Link of the week - SciVee: YouTube for scientists?

Link of the week - SciVee: YouTube for scientists?


Science publishing goes podcast: SciVee provides the chance for scientists to communicate their results via webcast video.
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Your moment of scientific pop-glory could be here!

Your research results need no longer be hidden away in university libraries or relegated to inch-thick papers.

Instead, you can tout your breakthroughs directly to the masses using what some are describing as a YouTube for scientists: SciVee.

Using SciVee, scientists have the chance to upload short videos along with their papers, publish podcasts featuring their work, join science groups and create professional profiles.

The videos and podcasts provide the opportunity for researchers to bypass any offputting jargon and technical dressing by communicating their results directly-person to person.

In this way, visitors to SciVee can get a quick overview of a variety of scientific research, delivered by the researchers themselves, making it easier for fellow scientists and the general public to keep up with the latest science has to offer.

SciVee is a collaboration between the National Science Foundation, Public Library of Science and the San Diego Supercomputing Center.

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