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Nature and Reddit

Alhough it may be known as a warehouse of the internet's daily flotsam and jetsam, click-bait like lists of who is hot, and gifs of basset hounds running in slo-mo, Nature sees Reddit as offering an opportunity to get science into the mainstream.

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