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Introducing Communications Biology

Introducing Communications Biology

The titles of our three new Communications journals reflect our position within the Nature Research family of journals. We launched the journals to fulfill a specific need for broad but selective open access journals for researchers who wish to publish Read more…


Do Whales Communicate In Different Accents?

Do Whales Communicate In Different Accents?

Some of you guys don’t know this about me, but I’m fluent in Spanish, obviously English, and now even whale! We’ve long known that whales talk to each other. They relay messages to one another through acoustic signals that come Read more…


Introducing Communications Chemistry

Introducing Communications Chemistry

The titles of our three new Communications journals, reflect our position within the Nature Research family of journals. We launched the journals to fill a specific need for broad, but selective open access journals for researchers who wish to publish Read more…


Killer Robots

Killer Robots

Rhett, what’s the future of swearing and cursing with your hand? I’m glad you asked. Hello! I’m Stephen from Melville, Saskatchewan. Let’s talk about that. ♪ (theme music) ♪ – Ah. Good Mythical Morning. – This episode is brought to Read more…


Why the language of fear won’t help us stop climate change | Cheryl Heller

Why the language of fear won’t help us stop climate change | Cheryl Heller

CHERYL HELLER: I just this weekend was at an event called Drawdown Learn with Paul Hawken based on his book Drawdown. And the work that he and the group of scientists have done in explaining what we need to do Read more…


12 tips for science communication with Quentin Cooper

12 tips for science communication with Quentin Cooper

Make the everyday extraordinary and the extraordinary everyday Know your audience and pick examples that suit them Have faith in your story You can often engage people more if you talk about the unknown This is my pet theory Change Read more…


Electrical experiments with plants that count and communicate | Greg Gage

Electrical experiments with plants that count and communicate | Greg Gage

I’m a neuroscientist, and I’m the co-founder of Backyard Brains, and our mission is to train the next generation of neuroscientists by taking graduate-level neuroscience research equipment and making it available for kids in middle schools and high schools. And Read more…


The Secret Language of Elephants

The Secret Language of Elephants

This episode of SciShow is sponsored by Brilliant! Go to Brilliant.org/SciShow to learn more. [♪ INTRO] In 1984, biologist Katharine Payne spent a week observing elephants at a zoo in Oregon, and she noticed something strange. Every now and then, Read more…


Appalachian English

Appalachian English

Talking about like that like we had some wood out in the yard. Instead of saying “carry it in the house” you’d say “tote it in the house” and like if you had something that you wanted to put in Read more…