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Twitter for Science Networking

Suddenly can't network at conferences? How could you network on Twitter?

Job opportunity: Social Media Assistant, Annals of Botany & Botany One

Are you an early career stage biologist (PhD student, postdoc, research fellow) with an interest in science communication and social media? Do you have...

Headliner Video, a podcast tool that could help botanists produce video

One of the problems botanists have creating social video is a lot of the time the subject is static. Headliner Video is a tool that helps with that problem.

Should You Tweet Posters from a Conference?

Pat raised an interesting point while he was at the International Botanical Congress in Shenzhen. Should you tweet whole posters from a conference? I...

How notifications on Twitter and Facebook can help you to keep up to date with plant science news

We asked our social media-savvy work experience student Alexandra Boliver-Brown to put together a guide for our readers on how to stay up to...

What are the ethics of live-streaming at conferences?

If you've only recently come to terms with people tweeting at conferences, there's another shock coming soon.

What can you do with a photo of a Gray Ghost?

Sometimes a paper comes with an image that deserves more attention. What can you do with images that should be shared? We're adding a Pinterest account.

Botanists need to be more sociable…

Whether educators like it or not, it's clear that having been brought up on digital/social media tools, students expect to see them used in botany teaching

For the anti-social media user in your life

If you ever want to justify your Facebook habit then you can now cite Osterrieder 2013 thanks to the paper The value and use...

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