Social media for scientists

  title={Social media for scientists},
  author={Janet W. Levy},
  journal={Nature Cell Biology},
Scientists are increasingly embracing social media in their professional lives. Here, we look at the different platforms available to researchers and how social media engagement can positively influence their day-to-day work and scientific communication. 

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