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Being Intelligent Makes You More Attractive, Says Science

Do you gravitate towards people that will casually drop the word ‘superfluous’ into a sentence? Do you find those with endless streams of seemingly irrelevant knowledge intriguing? Well, there’s a reason why! And a scientific reason at that. Recent research from Western Sydney University to be published as an upcoming paper in the Journal of… Read More »

A veteran science communicator’s guidelines for PR news releases on medical research

November 28, 2018 Posted By Categories This guest post is by Earle Holland, a member of our editorial team for the past four years.  For almost 35 years, he was the senior science and medical communications officer at Ohio State University. He is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Earlier this week,… Read More »

Flashy Science Hub and Vaping Parties Fail to Win Friends at W.H.O. Tobacco Talks

“The urgent issue,” he said, “is that millions of people are dying from tobacco products already on the market.” Down the street from the convention center, at the N’vY Hotel, Philip Morris International was trying to reinforce that message to anyone venturing into its Science Hub, with a touch screen that told the company’s story… Read More »