Presenting Your Research

Presenting your results effectively, part 1: using tables

The display items or illustrations of a scientific research manuscript are used to present the study results and consist of tables and figures. Figures can include graphs, photographs, drawings, medical scans, schematics, and charts. (In publishing, all illustrations are usually called “figures”.) Display items are generally used to present large amounts of data in a …

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The No-Pressure, No-Expectations Approach to Attending Scientific Conferences

Science is in fact a social profession. Our fellow scientists are our collaborators, our competitors, our supervisors and our reviewers, and Such conferences can also be a source of dread for shy and introverted people. Many scientists prefer small groups, or just being alone. Face it – in general, scientists do not have the reputation …

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