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May 29, 2012

Science Journal Produces a Different Kind of Viral Video

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By Conor Myhrvold, Technology Review

The world’s first peer-reviewed video journal gives scientists a better way to show others how to replicate experiments. If a photo is worth a thousand words, imagine the understanding that can be captured from 10 minutes at 30 frames per second. A scientific journal dedicated to video—a medium seldom seen in peer-reviewed publications—is finding out. Increasingly, scientists include short video clips when they submit their manuscripts to a journal. But the Journal of Visualized Experiments—JoVE for short—is an online journal where video is the main medium rather than a supplement.

http://www.technologyreview.com/communications/40444/?p1=A2

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