NewsweekMay 11, 2017Mind-Body connection during meditation can now be tracked, thanks to scienceThe director of the Centre for Buddhist Studies at the University of Hong Kong, the Venerable Sik Hin Hung, says the methodology developed and used by him and his team is complicated, which is why they published with JoVE , since the journal produces how-to videos for all of the studies.Read Full Article
Central Michigan UniversityDecember 15, 2016“Research. Camera. Action! Journal transforms CMU research into video that will help researchers worldwide”Researchers worldwide soon will be able to better follow CMU's new protocol through a video that will appear in the Journal of Visualized Experiments.Read Full Article
Live ScienceMarch 30, 2015Science & the Scientific Method: A DefinitionReproduce the experiment until there are no discrepancies between observations and theory. “Replication of methods and results is my favorite step in the scientific method," Moshe Pritsker, a former post-doctoral researcher at Harvard Medical School and CEO of JoVE, told Live Science. "The reproducibility of published experiments is the foundation of science. No reproducibility – no science."Read Full Article
Quartz NewsJanuary 9, 2017Quartz News “FOLLOW THE SMELL: Moths are driving miniature cars to help scientists build odor-tracking robots”In a recent study published in JoVE Video Journal, researchers at the University of Tokyo leveraged a moth’s acute sense of smell to let the insects “steer” a vehicle toward a specific odor. It’s part of their ongoing research into making robots that mimic the insect’s odor-tracking skills.Read Full Article
Research InformationDecember 1, 2016Life Through a LensAt Frankfurt Book Fair, Research Information heard claims that the use of video in scholarly publishing is ‘hockey-sticking’. Tim Gillett zooms in on the action...Read Full Article
ForbesMarch 29, 2015Solving The Problem Of Scientific Reproducibility With Peer-Reviewed Video“I asked myself: is this really how science should work in 21st century?”  Pritsker said. “Biology is still practiced in this same way – where you have to see a grandmaster in order to do what they do. That’s when I decided on a more systematic solution – a type of science publishing which focused on video.”Read Full Article

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Science MagazineJanuary 3, 2017Watch this moth drive a scent-controlled carAcross seven trials with seven different drivers, the insects piloted the vehicle consistently toward the pheromones, nearly as well as 10 other silkworm moths who could walk freely on the ground toward the smells, the researchers reported last month in the Journal of Visualized Experiments.Read Full Article
The New YorkerAugust 28, 2015How methods videos are making science smarterYale University’s Robert Fernandez prepared the lab bench for the camera as a chef might arrange his mise en place, deftly laying out a mini vortex, a fly aspirator, a T-maze, and a thermometer. Step by step, in a precisely edited sequence, Fernandez and his colleagues demonstrated an experiment on the social behavior of fruit flies.Read Full Article
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Press Releases

  • January 30, 2017JoVE Builds on Ten Years of Making Science Clearer, More Reproducible
  • September 20, 2016JoVE Expands Journal to Include Genetics, Biochemistry, and Cancer Research Videos
  • June 15, 2016JoVE is Expanding Science Education Collections to include Clinical Skills
  • April 29, 2015JoVE Named SIIA Content CODiE Award Finalist for Best Scholarly Publishing Information Solution