Sciam's new weekly news roundup, The Monitor, covers a week that included government declarations about the safety of cloned meat and innovations in yeast life extension
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It's episode I of our new weekly news roundup, The Monitor. Taking motion graphics and screencasting where they've never gone before, SciAm correspondents John Pavlus and Christie Nicholson cover some of the tastiest bits of the week that was.
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CHRISTIE NICHOLSON DOES NOT MAKE FOR AN ENGAGING VIDEO PERSONA. SMARMY? TOO CLOSELY CONNECTED TO EXPECTATIONS OF NEWSWORTHY PERFORMANCE? I WOULD SAY SO. SHE NEEDS TO REIGN IN THE HEADLINE NEWS-SPEAK AND GET REAL... OR GET OFF THE VIDEO CAMERA... I WOULD VOTE FOR THE LATTER.
Okay Christie, maybe it was just a little too condescending.
This is great. Keep up the good work. Can't wait for the next installment.
Hilarious! Loved it. Keep 'em coming!
I love these! I love the cheeky dialogue - highlighting the humor and subtle absurdities in science research. Looking forward to the next installment.
This is real fun stuff and is 'Science' presented as it unfortunately rarely is. Please keep it up.
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