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Scientists Who Take Selfies Gain More Public Trust, Study Finds

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Scientists Who Take Selfies Gain More Public Trust, Study FindsScientists might want to start “doing it for the gram”: A new study finds that scientists who post “selfies” or self-portraits in their Instagram feeds foster trust and help change public stereotypes that scientists […]

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