10 Essential Components of Great Science Presentations

In a previous post we discussed presenting research work in a seminar. As part of our continuing effort to help our readers and users prepare the very best seminars, we've put together a concise live demo that will simplify the few points essential for generating a good scientific presentation.

Whether it's an informal poster, journal club or chalk talk or a more formal thesis, job talk or seminar, every scientist is expected to give presentations at all stages of their career. For many scientists, communicating their work generates great fear, whether because of a perceived handicap in presentation skills and knowledge or a lack of relevant experience. In today's global, digital, and collaborative landscape, effective scientific communication skills are an essential part of a researcher's toolkit.

The good news is that giving a great presentation is much easier than you may think!

In our latest webinar, Labguru breaks down presentation skills into simple, manageable, highly implementable steps that every scientist can learn from and use. Sign up for our webinar so you can make your next presentation be your best ever!

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