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Our highly skilled team of science communicators, visualizers, and illustrators will work on your conference presentation.
No, your paper does not need to be published. You can use this service at any stage during your research in order to promote it.
Certainly. We will help you increase the reach of your research by uploading your presentation on social media platforms and hosting them on our webpage gallery. We also encourage you to reach out to your network of peers, colleagues, and funders and the broader community and share links to your video hosted on journal, institutional, or personal pages.
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A scientific poster generally includes a title, author names and affiliations, very brief versions of your study’s introduction, methods, results, conclusions, acknowledgements, along with key images and figures. Some other useful additions are a references section, and contact information. The footer in your poster can also be repurposed creatively. This section can include references and contact information.
Posters are not meant to look like a primary research article condensed into one big page. Your sections should be as simple and concise, communicating only the most important results. With a poster, you have the advantage of being able to visually communicate your work, so you don’t need every little detail on the board. In terms of visibility, your poster should be readable from several feet away. So, using a big and visible font style is essential. It can also be useful to use two different font styles; one for your section titles, and a different one for the body of those sections.
That often depends on the submission guidelines of the event where your poster is being presented. In terms of size, a scientific poster is generally 48 x 36 inches in size A poster also generally has between 700 to 900 words of text in it, inclusive of all sections. The presentation that you make out of it should ideally not be more than 10 to 15 slides in length. Of course, the length of your presentation would depend on the time limits imposed by your conference
There are several important do’s and don’ts for a poster presentation. We’ve listed just a few of them here:
What you should do:
What you should not do: