How to utilize social media for increasing your own visibility as a scientist as well as reaching out to the public. Organized by the Sahlgrenska Network & Career Development Platform. Speaker: Stina Börchers
Find out more about how to get started to use social media for science communication in my guest blog in Tidningen Curie!
The increasing popularity of social media platforms such as facebook, Instagram, twitter, and TikTok, has greatly influenced the way information are spreading nowadays. An estimated 3.6 billion people worldwide have been using social media in 2020 (statista.com), from which a growing group of people is even relying on social media as their primary source for … Continue reading #Sciencefluencer – Communicating Science at Eye Level | Guestblog in Tidningen Curie
‘You just need to burn more calories than you consume’, or ‘Just eat less and move more’, are sentences that probably almost every obese person can recall hearing at least once in their lifetime. Since these recommendations sound very straightforward, it should be easy to realize them. Yet, we are witnessing a worldwide increase in the prevalence of obesity, and it is becoming a major global health concern. Learn more about the prevalence, causes, and complications of obesity in this post!
Did you know? We are currently not only facing a pandemic, but also a so-called infodemic. First of all, this only means that we are flooded by information about the current corona-pandemic. However, in between this information there is a lot of mis- and disinformation being spread. But why are fake news so contagious? Who spreads fake news and how? How can we spot them?