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New study reveals how scientists use social media

(University of Otago) A new study published in the international journal PLOS One today reveals how scientists use Twitter to communicate.The study is the first to survey scientists on their attitudes towards social media and show how they are using digital channels to communicate their research with both the public and one another.
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A new study published in the international journal PLOS One today reveals how scientists use Twitter to communicate.

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