Presenting Your Research

Understanding how to present your research to others is very important. If you don’t know your audience and what is important to them, you have the potential to miss out on great opportunities. After all, a graduate school interviewer is going to want to know different things than your Aunt Florence or a potential funding source.

We have gathered information here to help you in these different processes. Look through the tabs to find information on how to create a proposal for funding through PRISM, what information needs to go into a presentation poster (with PowerPoint templates), and writing tips for submitting your research to scientific journals. If there is something that you need, but don’t see it here, please let us know!


 

 

 

Writing Research Papers

At some point in your research career you will want to submit the results of a project to an academic journal. The journal Nature has developed a wonderful tutorial that can guide you through this process. English Communication for Scientists

You can also review the Scientific Communication modules on the Visionlearning website.

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