Facebook Messenger Codes

In April this year, Facebook announced a couple of changes for its Messenger, as it reached 900 million active users monthly. You can read more details here, but the summary of that would be: Messenger codes: these are similar to QR codes that you can add to your profile. Other people can scan them and … Continue reading

Twitter breaks the 140 characters limit

Twitter has confirmed that it’s going to allow more than 140 characters on tweets in the coming months. There’s a trick though. The message itself will continue to be 140 characters long, but Twitter handles at the beginning of a message (@oanasandu writes a post) and photos will no longer be counted down. Links however … Continue reading

Where can you study science communication?

Students of Prof. A. Gerber, from the Rhine-Waal University in Germany have just launched a beta-version of a global search engine for science communication degree programmes. Still being developed, the website currently offers an interactive map with about 70 programmes that young people can select depending on their needs and interests. More features are planned … Continue reading

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