SIGN UP FOR OUR COURSE ‘PRESENTING SCIENCE’
Sure, you can visit the Writing Center of Harvard or check out guidelines at a department at Oxford, but what really helps you to create sticky presentations is hands-on advice of leading researchers at the Royal NIOZ. Good news? Dr. Laura Villanueva will head an in-house course ‘Presenting Science’ this autumn.
Giving that one, inspired and unavoidable presentation at a conference? Learn new tips and tricks to present your work to peers (or your family)? Employee? Try our course ‘Presenting Science 2018’: an inspirational introductory program aimed at PhD’s that like to smoothen up their presentation skills and stand out in their science arena.
‘If you can’t explain it to a six-year-old, you don’t understand it yourself’, Albert Einstein once said. Knowing how, where and when to communicate your research is of eminent importance in your future scientific career. Especially in marine science, multidisciplinary and complex, some senior advice on the why, how and what may add convincing value to your presentations.
If you like to learn the ropes from an international scientist working at the forefront of marine geochemistry, the course ‘Presenting Science’ with dr. Laura Villanueva of the department Marine Microbiology and Biogeochemistry (MMB) offers a great opportunity.
Like to participate and improve your research presentations? Please visit the Royal NIOZ Academy to sign in for the course ‘Presenting Science’. Make sure you apply before the 15th of September.