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PODCAST, IVAN ORANSKY, RETRACTIONWATCH

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RetractionWatch, was started as a blog in 2010 with a single purpose in mind: making the peer-review process more transparent. Listen to the edited version of the recording of a recent presentation Oransky made taken at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. This event, held on 20th June 2018, was co-organised by the Irish Science & Technology Journalists’ Association and the Science Gallery Dublin. Click here for the full recording…


Do science girls have a problem?

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Hot young girls in high heels. Powdered make-up exploding across bubbling and steamy apparatus. Equations written in lipstick. Sounds like a normal day in the lab for most women scientists. Except it isn’t. The scenes are, of course, snippets from the roundly and soundly derided ‘Science: It’s a girl thing’ video released to shock and awe–the bad kind–in 2012. Click here for the full story…


Attendees discuss ECSJ2017 in anticipation of ECSJ2018

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What do the participants think of the conference? Watch Antonia Geck and Cora Klockenbusch ask attendees about their impression of ECSJ2017. Click here to watch the video…

 

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