euroscientist: Online reputation: necessary, but not sufficient - András Paszternák, founder of Nanopaprika about scientific social networking

Several weeks ago, András Paszternák, was giving a talk on scanning probe microscopes at the Technical University of Budapest, Hungary. In the break after the lecture, the audience fell into a busy discussion. But not with each other: “Almost everybody had a smartphone in their hand,” says Paszternák, who is a research fellow at the Research Centre for Natural Sciences at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, adding: “There was no discussion between the students; they just checked their newsfeed on Facebook.” - See more at:

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