InsideScientific is thrilled to announce a brand new initiative for 2019 and beyond – A Virtual Poster Program! In brief, it is an online channel created for budding scientists and researchers to share their science, all focused on a particular genre of research.
We are equally excited to share that our inaugural program will be produced with Aurora Scientific. This project will provide an opportunity for individuals using Aurora Scientific equipment to present their research, discuss its importance, share user tips, tricks, best-practices and contribute to a forum that supports research innovation and discovery.
For this program, we will be looking for posters in three particular streams of research:
- Exercise & Metabolism
- Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD)
- Cachexia & Sarcopenia
- Comparative Physiology & Locomotion
- Plume Tracking
- Artificial Muscle & Physiological Tissues
- Electrochemical/thermal actuators
- Carbon Nanotubes
- Tendon Mechanics & Injury
Getting involved is easy! Here is a basic workflow for producing a Virtual Poster:
1. Fill out an application form, providing a clear summary of your research
2. Connect with the program partners at InsideScientific to review how to prepare your presentation, select a recording date and address any questions you may have
3. Prepare your content, using the template provided. Presentations are to be 15-18 minutes in duration and include the following sections
- Introduction: What are you studying, and what is the motivation and importance to do so?
- Methodology: How did you approach your research objectives? Outline methods, equipment use, protocol steps and share best practices for achieving quality, consistent data
- Results: A brief summary of your research findings
- Conclusions: Implications of the results
- Future Plans: What is the next step? Why is the potential impact? How do you intend to do it?
- Acknowledgements & Disclosures
4. Connect with InsideScientific to record your presentation from the convenience of your office or lab
5. Review and approve your video recording before it is published
If you are interested in sharing your science through this new and exciting Virtual Poster Program, we encourage you to fill out the online application form today. We look forward to reading your submission!