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Hannah Devlin
The Guardian's Science Correspondent. Send me your stories: hannah.devlin@theguardian.com
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Alexandra Topping Apr 18
You hear a lot of terrible stories as a journalist, but this one really shook me and made me think there is something profoundly wrong about the way we treat rape victims in this country. Listen to Rebecca’s story on Today in Focus podcast.
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Hannah Devlin Apr 18
Replying to @kateewatkins
Happy birthday Kate! X
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Emma Chapman Apr 17
Looking forward to this year’s , and talking to about harassment and bullying. Come hear about the problems faced and the positive solutions being created!
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Hannah Devlin Apr 17
Also - v short term way of looking at it
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Hannah Devlin Apr 17
Piranhas found in Doncaster lake: “we’ve noticed there are fewer ducks”
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Athene Donald Apr 17
'Georgina Calvert-Lee, a senior barrister has told MPs that NDAs are "overused to promote systemic discrimination and harassment" at universities.' Deeply worrying story
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Archie Bland Apr 14
Shocking story from and on invasive tactics being used as part of sham marriage crackdown. Genuine weddings interrupted, one couple separated and asked about sexual positions.
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Guardian Science Apr 12
The Guardian view on the first picture of a black hole: seeing is believing | Editorial
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Amy Nelson Apr 12
So chuffed -- our paper is out! Predicting which patients don't show for MRI appointments using AI, with , Dan Herron and Parashkev Nachev
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Hannah Devlin Apr 12
Sorry not to get to speak to you Amy! I was on a tight timeframe with this piece and was put in touch with your co-author. Would love to speak about your research in future. (Not sure fact I’m a female journo is relevant here)
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Hannah Devlin Apr 12
ha same! was it colin?
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Hannah Devlin Apr 12
Replying to @mistertim
I don't think so, it's literally in the next sentence and right at top of the piece, not buried! It's so easy to criticise reporting from the sidelines, but I really don't see what your issue is here.
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Hannah Devlin Apr 12
Replying to @mistertim
Hmm - only if you stop reading and don't read the next sentence? I think it's made completely clear that it's not a perfect predictor. The benefit is that it halves the number of people you have to target with reminders.
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Hannah Devlin Apr 12
also true!
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Hannah Devlin Apr 12
Replying to @mistertim
By "hidden in the text" do you mean in the next sentence..?
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Hannah Devlin Apr 12
Hi Jim, what's your problem with the reporting/hype in this story? I state what the sensitivity/specificity values are in second and third sentence.
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Hannah Devlin Apr 12
Replying to @ferguskane @uclh
They say that txt message reminders are not that effective compared to calls
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Hannah Devlin Apr 12
Hospital develops AI to predict which patients will skip appointments
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Hannah Devlin Apr 11
‘We have not managed to land successfully’: Israel's moonshot fails
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Siri Leknes Apr 10
As I’m emerging from 4 years of limited travelling due to family duties, I’m up for more than my current 3-5 talks a year. I love talking science with other scientists - so feel free to invite me, folks 😁 Happy to talk about , reward, pain, , human brains ...
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