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PRESS & MEDIA
For many years, the scientific community shared research results in scientific journals, which were almost unreachable for the general population. At the beginning of my career as researcher, I was really surprised to notice one of our papers in Proceedings of the Royal Society B attracted massive media attention.
This interest is explained by an April 1 report by the BBC in 2009, which reported our findings on arithmetic calculation in 3-day old domestic chicks. The BBC’s April Fool’s tradition backfired onto us, and I realized for the first time how much our daily work in the lab could interest the general public.
Since then, dissemination by the media has been a part of my job, along with national and international media discussions of our research result.
Some of this media attention includes
Canada’s CBC radio and CBC online
China’s Kemayixian, UUX
Denmark’s Ingeniøren, Videnskab
France’s Le Monde, Sciences et Avenir
Germany’s Allgemeine Zeitung, Der Spiegel, Die Welt, Frankfurter Allgemeine, Leipziger Volkzeitung
India’s The Telegraph in India
Italy’s Agis News, ANSA, Finanza in chiaro, Focus, Il Mattino, Il Resto del Carlino, Il Venerdì di Repubblica, L’Espresso di Repubblica, l’Unità, La Stampa, Oggi Scienza
Russia’s Vesti, Nkj – Science and Live
Spain’s BBC Mundo, El Pais
Australia’s The Australian
The UK’s BBC News, BBC Earth, Dailymail, International Business Times, The Guardian, Yahoo
USA’s Advancing Science Serving Society, Audubon Magazine, Digital journal, Discovery News, GC Report, HeadLines & Global News, Los Angeles Times, National Geographic, Nature, PHYS, Popherald, Red Orbit, Science News, Tech Times, The Christian Science Monitor, The Conversation, The New York Times, The Science Times, The Scientist, The Washington Post, UPI, Whyfiles