Thomas Crouzier published an interesting article on cloud-based services to connect researchers, bring mobility to research, and open new possibilities through sharing resources.
In this interview, Barbara Gerbert, PhD, and Natalie Heaivilin, DDS, explore how Twitter may help health professionals to prevent dental disease in the future.
Social networking sites can go beyond just building awareness and creating connections to compel meaningful, measurable action.
Here are a few resources and tools that help you find academics in various research fields on Twitter.
Adam Sadilek from Fount.in and his co-developer from the University of Rochester created a tool that tracks diseases based on the location of Twitter messages and keywords (e.g., ‘I feel sick’, ‘I have a sore throat’ or ‘My body aches’). According to the developers, previous methods such as Google Flu Trends and government data entail time lags from days to years. Here […]