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CREATIVE WAYS TO COMMUNICATE YOUR RESEARCHAnne OsterriederOxford Brookes UniversityEPSO-FEBS Conference Dublin, 24 June 2014 #EPSO14
Fame Lab, The Three Minute Thesis Competition, Dance your PhD….
http://multimedia.mcb.harvard.edu/media.html Golgi apparatus
Responsibility. Fun! New skills. Networking. Makes me a better scientist.
Why is this important? Understand molecular mechanisms of Golgi stack structure Understand Golgi populations in individual cells Put Golgi populations into functional context in cells Study effects on plant phenotypes
“I will never stand behind a lectern again! I will always need to have a stage!” “I used some of the theatre techniques for my presentation [at a research conference] - standing with my feet apart, breathing properly. It helped me.” “I spend 50 hours per week in my office, not talking to people. [A project like this] is a healthy thing to do if you are doing an Arts and Humanities PhD.”
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Your research Discipline, research area or specific project? General concepts or actual data? Published or unpublished research? Issues: Intellectual property, copyright, collaborative research, peer review…
Your goals and preferences What do you want to achieve? How much time do you have? Do you prefer to write, take photos, speak…? What do you enjoy doing?
…but don’t be afraid to think big!
Make science communicationpart of your every-day work
“MoodThingy” – Wordpress plug-in
“Publish or Perish”
Perception of science communication?
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Thank you! http://www.plantcellbiology.com http://www.youtube.com/plantendomembrane @AnneOsterrieder