By now, LinkedIn, Twitter or Instagram are no longer new. For many scientists, social media platforms have become an integral tool for global networking, sharing research ideas, and job search. But, what is a good way for scientists to make the best use of these platforms?
As a scientist, we often work in a cross-cultural setting. Our research groups are international, we collaborate around the globe, and most of us will spend part -or even all- of our career abroad. We can and should feel privileged to work in such a diverse and intercultural work environment.
Do you want to learn how to communicate your scientific research for a broad audience? Science journalist and presentation coach Marloes ten Kate will provide you with tools on how to present your work to laymen in this two day workshop.