Science Communications Workshop

The Science Communication stream is organised by Geoff Hide, Mike Rogan, Erinma Occhu, Ilaria Russo and Kathryn Else. We have a Key Note Speaker, Andy Miah (University of Salford UK) and an Invited Speaker, Sheena Cruickshank (University of Manchester, UK). Within this stream we invite abstract based applications for Science Communication training and are offering workshops run by experts in Science Communication, Dee-ann Johnson and Ceri Harrop. It has never been more important to be able to communicate your science succinctly and with clarity to a lay audience. If you wish to apply for one of our Science Communication workshops your abstract submission should include a 200 word lay summary of your research and a 100 word summary of why you want to attend training and why science communication is important to you. Abstracts will be selected based on your text and delegate numbers capped at 60. We will run two one and a half hour sessions back to back on the morning of Monday 15th April, each with a maximum number of 30 delegates. Come expecting to learn about techniques and tools for building flash talks which are memorable. Be prepared to develop your own flash talk with the opportunity to record your talk on Tuesday 16th. The top five recorded flash talks will be selected based on Science Communication criteria and presented as a film in the Science Communication session on Wednesday 17th April, with audience voting to select the top talk

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