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Brian Cox is brilliant for science popularity, but TV is not the only means to communicate science. James Grime explains how small videos are making a big difference to the reach of science.

Dan Gould
  • 17 may 2011


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This article titled “How YouTube is popularising science” was written by James Grime, for guardian.co.uk on Tuesday 17th May 2011 11.30 UTC

I have been recognised four times now. Four times! I knew you would be impressed. And what has brought me such notoriety? Is it my fancy suits, my outrageous tabloid lifestyle, or is it my world famous impression of a teapot? No. I make videos about maths on YouTube.

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