Research stories

Discover how our research impacts the way science is communicated to and perceived by the general public.

Monday, 09 Nov 2020
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Storytelling plays a crucial role in science communication, but little research has investigated how it impacts the popularity of science videos.

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Monday, 09 Nov 2020
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In this paper, Dr Roberson and co-authors Professor Joan Leach and Associate Professor Sujatha Raman took that analysis further and asked: what does public good look like for quantum technologies? How can we ensure these technologies benefit the societies they are used in and are a part of?

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Monday, 12 Oct 2020
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Protecting biodiversity in the face of contemporary conservation challenges requires actions across all land and sea tenures. In seeking improved conservation outcomes across these tenures, we undertook a multidisciplinary review of the property law, conservation and environmental ethics literature.

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Friday, 11 Sep 2020
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We hope to help empower a new generation of marine scientists to explore collaboration with industry as a way to develop and scale up solutions for ocean sustainability.

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Friday, 11 Sep 2020
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A decade after Climategate, climate change may be established as a social fact, yet the after‐effects live on.

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Tuesday, 11 Aug 2020
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Antibiotic stewardship initiatives have reduced antibiotic use in agriculture, but attention to the implications of these changes for agricultural animals has been neglected.

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Tuesday, 11 Aug 2020
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A new commentary, by John Noel Viaña, Fran McInerney and Henry Brodaty in the American Journal of Bioethics, underscores that dementia is not just about cognition.

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Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020
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With this literature now rapidly expanding, it is crucial to synthesise existing evidence so that future research efforts and climate communication interventions are best informed about the current knowledge-base and research gaps.

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Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020
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Recent research has identified anti-vaccination propaganda in the so-called Russian Troll Tweets strongly associated with the 2016 US Presidential election.

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