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I create manipulated images and videos—but quality may not matter much

Associate Professor Christye Sisson writes about fake videos and images in an article that has reached 342,000 readers through The Conversation. And it was picked up by Fast Company.
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Professor Risa Robinson writes about vaping, garnering 196k views. Picked up by CNN.
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Research scientist Nicholas Conn’s piece on monitoring heart health has 22k reads. Picked up by PBS.
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Assistant Professor Rick Lagiewski writes about hotels’ relief efforts during natural disasters.
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Professor Brian Larson discusses the history of rotoscoping, an animation technique.
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Chicago Tribune
22 million pounds of plastics enter the Great Lakes each year. Most of the pollution pours into Lake Michigan.
Matthew Hoffman, COS, featured

Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tariffs and Trade: ‘Governments don’t pay enough attention to the losers’
Amit Batabyal, CLA, featured

The New York Times
One Thing We Can Do: Switch Light Bulbs
Eric Hittinger, CLA, quoted

CBC News
Some tea bags may shed billions of microplastics per cup
Matthew Hoffman, COS, and Christy Tyler, COS, quoted

The Weather Channel
Trappist Monks Are Brewing Award-Winning Sustainable Beer
Scott Wolcott, CET, featured

The New York Times
Neil Montanus, a Kodak Colorama Photographer, Dies at 92
The late Neil Montanus '53 (imaging science) featured, and Wendy Marks, University Gallery, interviewed

 
 
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