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#STEMSelfie celebrates women in science

Who run the world? Women in STEM! And now social media is behind a push to celebrate the amazing women contributing to the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.The #STEMSelfies campaign challenges stereotypes of what it means to be a scientist. The campaign encourages women in STEM to take selfies promoting their great work.The […]

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Twitterati: Our researchers on twitter

Our researchers and affiliates are all over social media- especially Twitter! Find out all the latest from the Environment Institute, straight from the horse’s mouth. Read their tweets, give them a follow and engage with this fantastic group of researchers! love it when I find some native wildlife happily living in suburbia — Jeremy […]

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Who to follow: a guide to the social media heroes of science

Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned pro, social media can be a bit of a mine field. There are so many people to follow, so many pictures to like and so many tweets to retweet. We’ve simplified things a little for you, giving you our top picks for who to follow on Instagram and […]

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Social media: how to get your message across

Environment Institute member Professor Barry Brook talks about social media and how he uses it to promote or publicise articles, papers or scientific research. Social media provides a two-way communication system in which the user is empowered to say what they think, or defend a position against a topic that could be quite controversial such […]

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An update on the ‘Biodiversity Arks’ paper

An update on the ‘Averting a biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas‘ paper, released on the 25th July 2012, which investigates the plight of protected tropical reserves around the planet. The paper features Professor Corey Bradshaw as a senior author and was covered in this blog release. A month after the anticipated release of […]

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