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Octopus: A New Way To Publish | Stats + Stories Episode 170

Octopus: A New Way To Publish | Stats + Stories Episode 170

Update: 2021-01-07
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Scientific publications drive science, well that's stating the obvious, isn't it, but the form and way it's processed is historic. It's historic in the sense that there are journals that are gatekeepers, their editors that are sending out submissions to reviewers, who are then providing comments, and then it's almost that it's set in stone and locked in place for the future. But there are challenges to this and one of the challenges is the focus of this episode of Stats+Short Stories with guest Alexandra Freeman.

Alexandra Freeman is the Executive Director of the Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication, a role she took up in 2016. She previously spent 16 years working for the BBC, primarily a producer and director for BBC Science. Alexandra is passionate about bringing science to the widest possible audience. Along with working in television she has also helped develop content for computer games, social media and websites, as well as formal learning resources
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Octopus: A New Way To Publish | Stats + Stories Episode 170

Octopus: A New Way To Publish | Stats + Stories Episode 170

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