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Media - Astronomy / Space - 19.02.2024
Call for interest: Ariane 6 launch media events at Europe’s Spaceport

Media - Politics - 14.02.2024
3 Questions: Paloma Duong on the complexities of Cuban culture
3 Questions: Paloma Duong on the complexities of Cuban culture

Environment - Media - 13.02.2024
Local journalism is a critical ’gate’ to engage Americans on climate change

Media - Event - 05.02.2024
SFU Newsmaker award winners leave no stone unturned in 2023

Media - Social Sciences - 01.02.2024
Projects investigating Swahili, global media win SHASS Humanities Awards

Media - Pedagogy - 22.01.2024
Remembering Elise O’Hara, Media Lab staff member

Event - Media - 22.01.2024
Award shines a spotlight on local science journalism

Media - 17.01.2024
Media invitation: last chance to see Ariane 6 stages in Europe before inaugural flight

Media - Health - 10.01.2024
Lecture: Why Critical Reporting about Science is so Important

Media - Social Sciences - 19.12.2023
How disinformation is changing society?
How disinformation is changing society?

Social Sciences - Media - 12.12.2023
Monash panel to discuss media’s role in covering violence against women in the Global North and Global South

Media - Religions - 07.12.2023
Exploring multifaith and interfaith support at UCL
Exploring multifaith and interfaith support at UCL

Media - Health - 29.11.2023
Making the Case for Critical Journalism

Media - Environment - 29.11.2023
Media advisory: ESA emphasises space-based solutions during COP28

Paleontology - Media - 28.11.2023
Study gives grandmother gecko a place of honor - and a new name
Study gives grandmother gecko a place of honor - and a new name
Helioscopus dickersonae lived in North America in the late Jurassic period, 100 million years earlier than any previously known early gecko relative.

Economics - Media - 24.11.2023
Coping with uncertainty in customer demand
Coping with uncertainty in customer demand
PhD researcher Natasja Sluijk shows how mathematics can help improve logistics processes. How do you distribute drinking water fairly across an area recently hit by a natural disaster?

Campus - Media - 23.11.2023
360info expands into Europe with new strategic partnership

Media - Social Sciences - 21.11.2023
Between acceptance and rejection:
Between acceptance and rejection: "public service media are fighting for legitimacy more than ever before"

Media - 17.11.2023
Women at Op1: less often invited, more often interrupted and younger than men
Women at Op1: less often invited, more often interrupted and younger than men

Media - Linguistics / Literature - 17.11.2023
Meet the UCL Student Journalists
Meet the UCL Student Journalists

Environment - Media - 13.11.2023
Aerosols: When fragrances influence our climate
One of the great unknowns in climate models: The behavior of certain gases, which often have a strong smell and cause water to condense.

Media - 09.11.2023
10th annual Hollywood Diversity Report finds more top TV shows feature racially, ethnically diverse casts
10th annual Hollywood Diversity Report finds more top TV shows feature racially, ethnically diverse casts

Media - Campus - 03.11.2023
’SOUND should enable us to make our voices heard on major global challenges.’

Media - 30.10.2023
Swiss Public Critical of AI in Journalism
Media research People in Switzerland generally have a critical attitude toward the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the production of news coverage. There is currently little appetite to consume and pay for AI-produced news, and in addition, people fear that quality will decrease. These findings are shown in the 2023 Yearbook Quality of the Media published by the Research Center for the Public Sphere and Society (fög) at the University of Zurich.

Health - Media - 30.10.2023
Donders: the legend of a vain man
Donders: the legend of a vain man
These days, we no longer believe rankings are that important, but reputation was and is a part of science.

Astronomy / Space - Media - 26.10.2023
Media Invitation: Euclid mission to release first full-colour images of the cosmos on 7 November

Event - Media - 25.10.2023
Media Invitation: Space Summit

Media - 19.10.2023
Applications now open to be a UCL student writer
Applications now open to be a UCL student writer
Are you a budding journalist, with a keen eye for detail and the passion for producing a captivating news story? Then we have two exciting opportunities to become either a Student Journalist or join the Content Writers Pool.

Politics - Media - 18.10.2023
Analyzing pathways to persuasion
When it comes to shaping political beliefs, MIT postdoc Chloe Wittenberg PhD '23 finds video captivates, but might not beat text.

Media - 17.10.2023
VU main building closed Sunday 22 October

Media - Physics - 10.10.2023
JHU group eyes science TV reboot
JHU group eyes science TV reboot
Johns Hopkins group eyes TV reboot to capture the wonder of science Inspired by a landmark Hopkins television show from the '40s and '50s and backed by a JHU Discovery Award, a small team wants to cr

Media - 28.09.2023
Media invitation: Findings of the Independent Enquiry Commission on Vega-C test

Politics - Media - 25.09.2023
News Coverage in Major Media Outlets Is Politically Balanced
News Coverage in Major Media Outlets Is Politically Balanced
Media Research In the run-up to elections and referendums, the news media play an important role in shaping public opinion.

Politics - Media - 25.09.2023
Pioneering research links the increase of misinformation shared by Republican US politicians to a novel perception of honesty
Pioneering research links the increase of misinformation shared by Republican US politicians to a novel perception of honesty
Researchers led by TU Graz unravelled a shift in the way US politicians communicate on social media, which helps explain the proliferation of untrustworthy The international study, published in Nature Human Behaviour , analysed millions of tweets by members of Congress over the last decade.

Media - 29.08.2023
One in four organizations screens applicant’s social media
A significant portion of organizations appear to look for discrimination-sensitive personal characteristics in the resume during the recruitment and selection process.

Social Sciences - Media - 03.08.2023
Haroon Ali: 'I'm happy that there are more and more role models for bicultural queers'
Haroon Ali: ’I’m happy that there are more and more role models for bicultural queers’

Media - 28.07.2023
'Science Around Us' Micropoetry Competition 2023 winners unveiled
’Science Around Us’ Micropoetry Competition 2023 winners unveiled

Media - Environment - 20.07.2023
Lecture: Countering Fake News and Junk Information with Science Communication

Media - 07.07.2023
Threads is latest social media option, but raises privacy concerns, U-M expert says

Politics - Media - 29.06.2023
Blog: Pub­lic Outre­ach
Blog: Pub­lic Outre­ach
For some young scholars, this perspective on the nature of a Ph.D. may diminish the significance of our contributions to the scientific community.

Media - 16.06.2023
How inclusive are social media?
How inclusive are social media?

Media - 16.06.2023
Preserving Journalistic Values
Preserving Journalistic Values

Media - Pedagogy - 15.06.2023
’Start teaching young people media literacy on time’
In times of fake news and endless streams of information, it is important that young people learn to critically reflect on what they read or see online.

Media - 15.06.2023
Censorship of comments on influencers’ social media leads to significant rise in anti-fan communities
Social media influencers who censor negative comments risk losing followers to anti-fan communities as they attempt to "re-establish lost intimacies", research from Cardiff University shows. Academics at Cardiff Business School spent five years studying beauty and lifestyle social media influencers, as well as relevant online gossip forums, where anti-fan communities have sprung up.

Media - 08.06.2023
Why social movements must innovate
Why social movements must innovate

Law - Media - 02.06.2023
What the Ben Roberts-Smith judgement says about defamation law
Professor David Rolph from the Sydney Law School unpacks two key questions from the high-profile defamation trial brought by the decorated Australian soldier.

Media - 01.06.2023
Academics share advice on achieving a PhD through 'alternative format'
Academics share advice on achieving a PhD through ’alternative format’

Environment - Media - 26.05.2023
Scientific Hackathon on Environmental Data - Digital Humanities Explores Weather and Climate
Scientific Hackathon on Environmental Data - Digital Humanities Explores Weather and Climate
What potential does environmental data offer for the Digital Humanities? How can digital methods contribute to the analysis of weather and climate in the humanities and media studies? Can they be used

Media - 25.05.2023
Warnings about ’alcohol posts’ on social media
Many young people regularly post photos of themselves with a glass of beer or wine in their hand. But such 'alcohol posts' could lead to more youngsters drinking alcohol.

Media - 23.05.2023
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