Between launching in April 2015 and March 2016, GENeS has been mentioned in articles by PBS NewsHour, San Diego Union-Tribune, STAT, The Huffington Post, The Epoch Times, Business Insider, The Verge, RealClearScience, Techaeris, Tech Insider, Science News, Popular Science, The Scientist, Harvest Public Media, Wired (Germany) and Cosmos NewsBlog.
In addition to the outlets above, experts published by GENeS have been quoted by:
NPR, Reuters, NBC News, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, The Financial Times, Associated Press, ABC News, CBS News, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, BuzzFeed News, Newsweek, The Tampa Bay Times, The Toronto Star, Xinhua, Agence France Presse, UPI, The New York Daily News, Discovery News, Vice News, Quartz, CBS DC, BBC News, STAT, New Scientist, Wired, The Guardian (UK), The Independent (UK), The Telegraph (UK), The Daily Mail (UK), The Daily Express (UK), The Inquisitr, Grist, Food Navigator, LiveScience, Mic.com, Mental Floss, Ars Technica, Gizmodo, Popular Mechanics, ABC (Australia), Food World News, HealthDay, BioNews, Medical Daily, Food Safety News, The Packer, The Market Business, PolitiFact, Mashable, PLOS Blogs, ZME Science, Yahoo! Health, Russia Today, TakePart, Science World Report, MedPage Today, Der Tagesspiegel (Germany), Potsdamer Neueste Nachrichten (Germany) and Die Welt (Germany).
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Blogposts about GENeS
Wade Roush – Knight Science Journalism at MIT – ‘Genetic Expert News Service Aims to Help Journalists Dig Deeper on Biotech Stories‘
Kirk Englehardt – SciLogs – The Leap – ‘Killing Science Hype With Easier Access to Experts‘
Joe Caputo – Cell Press – CrossTalk – ‘How GENeS Helps Science Journalists Get a Second Source‘
Blogposts by GENeS staff
Robin Bisson – SciLogs – Communication Breakdown – ‘New Resource Aims To Help Reporters Cover Genetics‘
Robin Bisson – Genetic Literacy Project – ‘New project provides journalists, NGOs, policy analysts scientific expertise on breaking stories‘
Robin Bisson – Genes to Genomes – ‘Tips for scientists talking to the media‘
Robin Bisson – Biology Fortified – ‘Rothamsted, GENeS, and science communication‘
Robin Bisson – Royal Society of Biology blog – ‘The surprising power of celebrity stories for science communication‘
Arvind Suresh – Health News Review – ‘Don’t believe the biohype: Tips for evaluating claims about genetics and biotech‘
Arvind Suresh writes for the Genetic Literacy Project on a regular basis. All Arvind’s articles can be read here.