Strategies and hands-on techniques to communicate research effectively to target audiences in live or online settings, through short or long presentations.
Format: 1) live or online workshop, 2) webinars with excerpts from the material below.
I have been to presentation workshops before, but this was the best! I feel super motivated to sign up for a science slam competition!Postdoctoral researcherNovo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research
Thorough and focused advice from preparing to presenting. I will use this in all presentations to come!Matthew HargravePhD student, Department of Marine Sciences, Gothenburg University
It's amazing how much you can learn, improve, and implement within 1-8 hours. Highly recommend this course.Sravan TatipalaPhD student, Blekinge Institute of Technology
A very well organized and delivered workshop. Very useful tips about different presentation occasions. Interesting and funny exercises during the workshop. Very engaged and supportive organizers.Spyros TsampasGKN Aerospace Sweden AB
The small size of the allowed participants provides a safe environment to practice and improve your presentation skills. The workshop leaders gave very valuable input on structuring interesting presentations and focus on what is important. Very good!PhD studentLund University
In two days I've learned how to improve the quality of my presentation, starting from the story planning to design, and how to handle public speaking anxiety.PhD studentLund University
This is our most sought-after format, during which we teach you how to frame your content, design captivating slides and communicate verbally and non-verbally to improve your delivery. You will also be able to deliver your presentation in front of your peers and receive expert feedback.
In this adaptation we focus on communicating science to a popular audience. You will learn key verbal and non-verbal communication skills that will improve your delivery, and you will also be able to practice your presentation in front of your peers and receive expert feedback.
Children should not miss out on the exciting world of science. Indeed, scientists, museums and other institutions are increasingly seeking to communicate scientific findings to the young ones. We have thus crafted a special workshop in this regard, where we discuss the unique challenges in communicating science to this audience and offer tips gained from our own experience.