Found at “Do scientific meetings matter? Turning up for talks brings surprise benefits” on 2023-05-23 11:23:56 +02:00.
In-person meetings and conferences have better results than remote ones.
Scientists who have attended meetings are more likely to cite work discussed in talks they could see in person, compared with results described in sessions that they could not attend1. That citation bump from in-person attendance accrues even for talks that conference attendees hadn’t planned on listening to.