Video: Promoting research at Nature Communications

Nature Communications editor Dr. Kristina Kareh chats about the editorial role in promoting research we publish amongst the scientific community.
Video: Promoting research at Nature Communications
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We asked editor Dr. Kristina Kareh about editors' roles in promoting research. She also looks back on one of the journal's most memorable social media moments—man vs. shape memory alloy rod:


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