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Works consisting of single or multi-sheet notices made to attract attention to events, activities, causes, goods, or services. They are for posting, usually in a public place and are chiefly pictorial. They are intended to make an immediate impression from a distance. Posters do not include poster presentations at conferences and meetings. (From Thesaurus for Graphic Materials II: Genre and Physical Characteristic Headings, 1995)
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Hello, this is a question(s) which may be off the main points of the RG but I thought that it should be asked and discussed amid the followers of this section in RG.
The first general question is based on that "Should be an oral or poster presentation done before or after its contents (or itself) is fully or partially published?".
In other words, my question is about priority of publication and/or presentations (oral or poster).
During the review process of abstracts for a scientific event, I saw that some of the abstracts were very much similar (or even the same titles are used) to the abstracts that were already published elsewhere. Indeed, during the event, the paper (in same cases with slight differences on the slides of ppt) was presented as it was (but slightly changed with additional figures, tables etc.). In my ethical and academic experiences of understanding, presentations can be done before publications (or paper is published). Exception (see the end of the part here below) can be that when the paper might have been taken high acceptance and recognized from the scientific community with appreciation, the author (presenter) brings out this issue to the organization committee and can present his/her work (even the contents is published already).
To me, although not limited, presentations can be done before publications for at least seven reasons:
1) To have general comments and suggestions from the audiences. In this case, more eyes mean more views. Thus, this will increase and improve the quality of your work.
2) More chance to elaborate your work along with including some other new perspectives and/or new ideas presented and/or discussed during the event.
3) To reduce making mistakes in your paper. Hence, when it is necessary (after publication is done), this may prevent to write further corrections for the papers already published.
4) To decrease the time of corrections on the manuscript. This can reduce the review process.
5) To eliminate redundancy and/or waste of time during the presentation event. "Why should I spend my time for something I already read?". Would not be nice to listen something new and interesting?
6) To minimize taking advantages on the coauthorship. If paper is already published with 2 names, the same paper should not be presented with 3 names.
7) To show the presenter that s/he should not have advantages to increase its academic activities with one work. (e.g., one presentation and one publication of the same study).
8) If publications can be presented in any event, then anybody can bring his/her publications published years ago.
Now, summary, to me, there can be 2 possibilities that the publication (article already published) can be presented:
1) a permission is required from the scientific committee saying that the work has already been published but needs to be presented due to its high scientific and academic impact.
2) the worker is invited to present its work, again for its high scientific and academic impact. This may be done because some/most people might not be aware of the study and/or might not recognize it.
I am sorry to write that long but I had to. Any kind of ideas welcome to have better understanding of the issue. This is especially important from the ethical perspective. So, my second question is: "Is there any rule / suggestion about the priority of presentations or publications?".
thank you for your time and consideration.
Okan..//
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I did not submit my work for publication until after I had achieved my PhD, but as soon as I attained it, I was keen to disseminate my findings by word of mouth, be it small or large venues.
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What are the most important factors to produce informative and attractive research poster?
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You ‘forgot’ to mention the source: https://guides.nyu.edu/posters Anyway in addition to the useful point, see for some good examples:
PosterUniversityUtrechtCBLEsignalpeptide
Poster WCoB
NCM22 poster
PosterATODLOGelatin
BASK E-poster
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Hello colleague
I am intend to prepare a digital poster upon request by dental conference committee. Poster will be displayed on 50″ TV screens 3840 (Height) x 2160 (Width) pixels, rotated over the course of the event . Unfortunately i have no background about preparing such type of poster. Any help about software can be used for preparation and if some one can send a previously presented digital poster to understand difference from the traditional one.
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Canva
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Any tips on what a good conference POSTER should look like? Some advices? Examples of templates? Thank you.
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Dear Academics,
What are the different presentation skills that must be developed by any presenter in presenting a poster and oral presentation?
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Perhaps you may check Presentations - Skills Guide (LibGuides at University of Derby):
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I use MEGA for making phyllo tree. But for poster presentation reason the tree is too big. Can I use MEGA to make clustering of multiple species? Or do I need something like ARB?
Do you have any other suggestion
Thank you in advance.
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With this you can collapse nodes and also change the spaces between lines.
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I have a project that I hoped I might enlist statistics help with. I conducted experimental archaeology related to early hominin tool use. I performed about 150 different experiments using stone tools on various tasks. I used time spent on each task as the currency.
I performed 8 different tasks
I used 5 different tool types
I used 5 different raw materials
My goal was to create a utility index (which tools performed the task according to the amount of time spent).
Time was recorded to the .10 of a minute.
I have a simple breakdown but I would really like to see the statistical significance of raw material type and tool type in the efficiency of performing a task. I guess what I am trying to show is whether the tool type, or raw material is more significant in the efficiency of performing a task.  The results of that query would go towards an understanding of early hominin tool use, and whether their choice of tool type or raw material was based upon efficiency or availability, so more publications could follow.
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My data is in excel spreadsheet format. I would like to present this in an upcoming conference in Arusha, Tanzania. I proposed a poster for the conference, this is the abstract:
Early Oldowan lithic technology and technological organization has been an ongoing focus of many researchers. Attempts to understand the influencing variables of raw material characteristics and availability, knapping techniques, and the interpretation of use-wear characteristics, have been addressed using experimental archaeology. However, the actual utility and function of early Oldowan tools has not been fully addressed in this manner. This poster presents the results of over 150 discrete experiments using replicated early Oldowan-style tools produced from various local raw material sources at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania (i.e., Naibor Soit, Lemagrut, Sadiman, etc.). Several types of experimental tasks were performed such as procuring a wooden stick, sharpening a stick, procuring tubers, nut cracking/bone cracking for marrow removal, chopping (wood and animal), carcass disarticulation, etc., using time taken to perform each task as a currency, in order to assess tool utility. The resulting data was used to establish a tool utility index. Using the tool utility index as a model for a behavioral ecological interpretation of early Oldowan tool use on a landscape scale, the spatial distribution of similar tool types of artifacts recovered at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, in various settings established by paleoenvironmental research, is examined. The resulting data is proposed to add to the growing body of the understanding of early hominid tool-using behavior on a landscape scale.
If you are interested, this poster (and possible publication to follow) would have you as an author. If you are not interested, then perhaps you might know of someone who might be interested in working with me on this project. The work would have to be done in the next few months as the conference is happening late July-August.
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Joanne C Tactikos The oldest evidence of human evolution may be found in Olduvai Gorge, an important paleoanthropological site. Paleoanthropologists uncovered hundreds of fossilized bones and stone tools at the site dating back millions of years, leading them to conclude that Africa was the cradle of human evolution. However, Great, all the Best.
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NATIVE KNOWLEDGE IN LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
Indigenous people have profound knowledge of landscapes,where they live.
Share your experience with us.
Show your article, report, research project, poster, etc.!
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I'm working on a poster for IMATA and one of the pieces I'm trying to state in a more direct or citation based method is the link between diversity loss of parrots and the advent of the Industrial Revolution. Any help appreciated.
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Debbie Goodrich (re: citation about decline of Order Psittaciformes as it relates to Industrial Revolution) If you are prepared to do some hands-on research of the literature, here are some leads to get you started. You will need to do detailed reading to cite from them. Also check the references within these for further leads. Feel free to PM if you have further questions. I am not specialist but interested (after all, is there anyone who doesn't like parrots!).
  • Snyder, E. N., Mcgowan, P., Gilardi, J., Grajal, R., Snyder, E. N., Mcgowan, P., Gilardi, J., & Grajal, R. (n.d.). African Parrot Conservation. / Snyder, N. F., & McGowan, P. (2000). Parrots: Status survey and conservation action plan 2000-2004. IUCN. http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.691.2694&rep=rep1&type=pdf
  • Davis, A. (2013) ‘Habitat and resource utilisation by an urban parrot community’. https://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/bitstream/handle/2123/10187/davis_a_thesis.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y
  • Vaz, F. F., Serafini, P. P., Locatelli-Dittrich, R., Meurer, R., Durigon, E. L., de Araújo, J., Thomazelli, L. M., Ometto, T., Sipinski, E., Sezerban, R. M., Abbud, M. C., & Raso, T. F. (2017). Survey of pathogens in threatened wild red-tailed Amazon parrot (Amazona brasiliensis) nestlings in Rasa Island, Brazil. Brazilian journal of microbiology : [publication of the Brazilian Society for Microbiology], 48(4), 747–753. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjm.2017.03.004
  • De Labra-Hernández, M. and Renton, K. (2017) ‘Factors influencing density of the Northern Mealy Amazon in three forest types of a modified rainforest landscape in Mesoamerica’, Avian Conservation and Ecology, 12(1). doi:10.5751/ACE-00957-120105.
  • Cussen, V.A. and Mench, J.A. (2015) ‘The Relationship between Personality Dimensions and Resiliency to Environmental Stress in Orange-Winged Amazon Parrots (Amazona amazonica), as Indicated by the Development of Abnormal Behaviors’, PLOS ONE. Edited by C. Wicker-Thomas, 10(6), p. e0126170. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0126170.
  • Faulkner, K.T. et al. (2020) ‘South Africa’s Pathways of Introduction and Dispersal and How They Have Changed Over Time’, in van Wilgen, B.W. et al. (eds) Biological Invasions in South Africa. Cham: Springer International Publishing (Invading Nature - Springer Series in Invasion Ecology), pp. 313–354. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-32394-3_12.
  • Cassey, P. et al. (2004) ‘Influences on the transport and establishment of exotic bird species: an analysis of the parrots (Psittaciformes) of the world’, Global Change Biology, 10(4), pp. 417–426. doi:10.1111/j.1529-8817.2003.00748.x.
  • Berkunsky, I. et al. (2017) ‘Current threats faced by Neotropical parrot populations’, Biological Conservation, 214, pp. 278–287. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2017.08.016.
  • Olah, G. et al. (2016) ‘Ecological and socio-economic factors affecting extinction risk in parrots’, Biodiversity and Conservation, 25(2), pp. 205–223. doi:10.1007/s10531-015-1036-z.
Consider a detailed look at the 20+ pages of results here:
Cheers,
Leo
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I've uploaded my poster, and now I want to know how to upload the references. Thank you
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Just have an watch on your right / bottom of your publication poster for references .
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Hi guys,
Would someone share some posters used for scientific communication in the following discipline:
Wastewater
reuse of water
Water analysis
Water environmental etc.
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I recently added a poster "P67 A Particular Case of MINOCA" to my profile. I can't enter the DOI because it is already present. In reality it is a poster of another author of the same 52nd ANMCO Congress. This is the https://doi.org/10.1093/eurheartj/suab064 in common that I can't add at my poster. How can I solve the problem ?
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DOI 10.1093/eurheartj/suab064 was given to a collection of poster abstracts (https://academic.oup.com/eurheartjsupp/article/23/Supplement_C/C49/6357815). This does not mean mean that each poster itself from that conference has the same DOI, and you should not add this DOI to your poster page in RG. It is not mandatory to have a DOI for each publication, you may just leave the field empty. If you would like to have a DOI anyway, see https://explore.researchgate.net/display/support/ResearchGate+DOIs and the following discussions:
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STEM fue el tema principal de la conferencia internacional ASTE 2019, con al menos 8 pósteres, 27 presentaciones orales y 3 talleres que promovieron las aulas STEM, la instrucción/enseñanza STEM, las lecciones STEM, los campamentos de verano STEM, los clubes STEM y las escuelas STEM sin proporcionar una conceptualización o definición operativa de lo que es STEM. Algunas presentaciones defendían la integración de las disciplinas, pero el ejemplo proporcionado fue principalmente prácticas "indagatorias" y de "diseño de ingeniería" que de hecho no diferían del tipo de actividades en el aula hands-on/minds-off mal conceptualizadas y epistemológicamente incongruentes.
Por lo tanto, vale la pena considerar:
(1) ¿Por qué lo llamamos STEM si no difiere de las prácticas aplicadas durante décadas (por ejemplo, indagación, actividades hands-on)?
(2) ¿Qué beneficios (si los hubiere) puede aportar esta mentalidad/tendencia de STEMinificación a la educación científica y su investigación?
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1) Moda
2) Igualdad supuestamente.
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I hesitate a lot before raising the question just mentioned. As RG is mainly a scientific forum, it is natural that the concept of theory appears in many posts from many posters. But what are they the criteria of a scientific theory? I have some in my mind. Even so, as yet I don't want to mention them in order to avoid, for example, answers such as "I agree/disagree with the criteria you mention". What I expect from those who want to respond to the focal question is the following: (1) to give a name to each criteria, e.g., I believe that a scientific theory should meet the following criteria; (2) to write your answer in a clear, clean and parsimonious manner; and (3) to justify, in a clear, clean and parsimonious writing, why each of the criteria you mention is important to characterize a theory as scientific.
I thank you in advance for your responses to the focal question. Your answers will be welcome and much appreciated.
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Very interesting question and answers
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We also want to work with children from 6 to 15 years old and use "visual tasks" with them to study the meanings that they attribute to certain aspects of the structure and creation of their families. We know different tools for this purpose, such as posters, drawings or the family apple tree (Turner et al).
Could you, please, recommend us a bibliography where to find other tools of this kind?
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Wolfgang Weinlich. Thank you very much for the bibliography you have sent me. I did not know her. Cordially, María Isabel
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Currently I am experiencing problems when uploading data as PDF/A.
Does RG have any limitations of data - e.g. you can only upload 100 sets of data or 100 posters or 100 preprints or limitations of data-formats, e.g. no PDF/A, no PDF/X?
What are your experiences and do you know help?
When I try to upload the continue button simply loops. I tried three different browsers and different types of PDF (PDF 1.3, PDF 1.7, PDF/A).
The issue occured 7 days ago and continues...
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I do not know the numerical limits of the RG
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International Conference on Mathematics and Computation (MATCOM2021) is a research conference held in Glasgow, UK. The conference will have keynote researchers from various branches of mathematics, statistics, data analysis, computation, and mathematical physics. It will provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations and practical challenges, encountered and solutions adopted in their respective fields. There will also be special sessions for poster presentations.
Authors are kindly invited to submit their papers/ posters/ demo proposals as per the call for papers schedule below.
Paper Submission Due: May 15, 2021
Acceptance Notification: June 20, 2021
Camera Ready Submission: July 20, 2021
Conference Dates: August 17, 2021 – August 20, 2021
Register here:
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Thank you.
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Could you please share with us your latest scientific achievement in your research activities including new papers, books, posters, etc in a brief discussion. This would help other researchers to better follow you and get acquainted with your research topics.
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Hi,
Recently, we are focusing on the current pandemic and how to utilize cutting-edge technologies to reduce human intervention and make a more secure robust system to tackle current and future pandemic.
A very recent achievement regarding our research is provided as follows which is accepted in IEEE Wireless Communication (IF: 11.391, Rank: Q1, Index: SCI/E).
Thanks in advance.
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We see many examples of questions posted with multiple spelling and grammatical mistakes. We also observe the same answer repeated many times (trigger finger when the answer doesn't appear to take?). It seems that posters do not know how to delete extraneous messages or correct their own posts or answers. (And for those that don't know and are reading this question, it's the small downwards arrow key (˅) on the bottom left of any answer next to the Share button. For a question, the same arrow key is top right).
As an aside, why are not sub- or super-scripts possible in a question line? It is not possible to correctly put a chemical formula in the question. For example Ag2O would be shown as Ag2O with no ability to use the suffix key that is present in an answer.
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I think those RG members who even do not know how to edit or delete any posting are not serious on this platform of learning. ResearchGate (RG) is a platform of educated people, and in my opinion, every member must have knowledge of basic operations before participation in online debate.
Thanks!
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I request to my senior research fellows, kindly leave your appropriate answer on this doubtful issues.
Thankyou  
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Luckily I got 6 poster presentations accepted for Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPsych) International Congress 2018 (IC2018) in Birmingham. But unfortunately, I cannot get travel funding from HEC, RCPsych or parent institution! Anyway I can secure conference Travel Funding as a senior house officer in Pakistan?
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Self-financing and external financing carried out on commercial terms (private tourism) and on the basis of subsidies received from universities or public funds financing research and scientists' business trips to scientific conferences.
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Dariusz Prokopowicz
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Respected RG members,
In your opinion, and if you are given the chance to choose at scientific conferences, will you choose a poster or oral presentation to present your research work? and why?
Your participation is appreciated!
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نتشرف استاذ.. شكرا لكم
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Oral presentation and poster presentation both are very important for the proper exposure of a researcher. But which one is more important to expose the potentiality of a researcher?
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I would go for oral presentation. Oral presentation reflects both research skills and presentation skills. You might not have a great deal of audience for a poster presentation as observed in the conferences, while, oral presentation is the best way to present your potential regarding research methods and methodology. Oral presentation provides more scope for knowledge sharing and receiving constructive feedback/comment/criticism from research enthusiasts. On a different note, I personally feel that presenting your work orally through slide sharing is a courageous practice than summing up your work in a poster.
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I am preparing a poster on one of your paper belongs to this project, "Indirect effects of climate changes on cadmium bioavailability and
biological effects in the Mediterranean mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis". I did not find any acknowledgement part. Can you help my by providing that?
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Dear Mirza,
I am very late in answering your request. I didn't get the notification. Let me know if I can still help in some manner.
Best,
Alessandro
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Many specialist societies present ‘best poster’ prizes, yet without generally agreed assessment methods. Posters are used widely at medical meetings to present a concise overview of clinical and scientific research, and generally provide a more relaxed environment for exchanging ideas than the crowded auditorium.
Quick scores inevitably reflected posters' presentational qualities rather than scientific merit. An unattractive poster with high scientific merit risked being overlooked on first impression. However, a prize-winning poster should show both presentational and scientific excellence.
Do you have any tips on making an award taking scientific poster?
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Different poster presentation competitions may have different assessment criteria. Presenters are encouraged to request and read through the criteria if available. The assessment criteria for the poster presentation competition of the professional association (International Association for Dental Research, Australian & New Zealand Division) that I judge for are: 30% scientific merit, 40% oral presentation, and 30% questions & answers (Q&A). The scientific merit is assessed according to the strength of research (novelty, contribution to science and health, research methods used, level of project completion, etc.). The oral presentation is evaluated based on the 3-5 minutes' brief presentation given by each contestant and the judges focus on how clear the research message is made in the presentation, good presentation skills (eye contact, gestures, tones, confidence, etc.) and time management. The Q&A component is assessed based on the presenter's answers to the judges' questions. We would like to know the presenter's involvement level and understanding of her/his research topic, as well as the challenge, alternative methods, potential value and future indications of the research.
According to my experiences, most presenters did not differ too much in the scores of the oral presentation component because the presentation could be prepared and practiced in advance and most presenters have done so already. The scientific merit and Q&A are the key components that differentiate the presenters significantly. It's quite often to see some presenters being not familiar with the sampling methods, lab experiments, clinical procedures or statistic methods they used. They could not explain the reasons why the specific methods or procedures were selected and used by them. Some poster presentations showed no novalty at all, since the researchers just duplicated and repeated the methods of the projects that have been published by other people. Further, some researchers only presented the percentages of the data and made an inference directly based on the percentages. This shows a poor understanding of research methods and statistic analysis; consequently those presenters did not win the poster presentation competition.
In summary, the tips for winning a poster presentation award include: (1) a research topic or research method that has not been fully presented or published by other people, (2) a good study design with appropriate research methods that can lead to an impactful scientific inference, (3) a thorough understanding of the research methods and results of your project, and (4) having several rehearsals before presenting in a poster competition.
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I have the opportunity to present a poster at the Africa HIV/AIDS conference in Rwanda but without scholarship. The conference holds in December. Thank you.
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I can guess from your name you're from West Africa. You could have applied for a West African Research Grant sponsored by West African Research Association at Boston University
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Hi,
In order to fulfil the requirements for the accreditation as a university professor, I need to provide as much as possible information about my background. I would need to provide the conference proceedings (including cover and index) or the conference programme (detailed programme with the presentation and posters titles, authors) of the E-MRS spring meeting 2008, 2010, 2013 and 2014and the fall meeting 2013
I would appreciate it if you can help me
Thank you very much
Best regards,
Juan Lopez Garcia, PhD
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Dear all,
How many of you were the conferences cancelled?
What about a new way of sharing science from home, virtually?
Here an example...
Thoughts?
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I would like to know if there is an interest to publish in research gate some relevant posters presented during local and international congress .
Thanks for your answer
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Sure, very interested
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All academic conferences, make choices to participate with a poster, so what is the idea from that, how can attending by poster be beneficial?.
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It would like to become a major point of contact between researchers, engineers and practitioners from all over the world.It aims to share ideas and achievements in the theory and practice and brings together experts from academia and industry to share their experiences and advance research.
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Dear colleagues, add me to your project (Books, Articles, and Posters for Colleagues)?
with best regards
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Will do
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I have found an abstract in a poster publication that I would like to reference.
However, the study that I am interested in is not being published yet and I am not sure how to cite this abstract in APA as is in a poster publication.
I let you the link of the poster which contains multiple abstracts so you can advice me. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dme.36_13571
Thank you
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Dear Raquel Almazan Roldan , as of my 'bibliographic' understanding (I know...old guy, retired, corona...,brain-dead....) a solution for your 'doubts' were (if you want to establish full information, which also in later times is explicable for anyone......) as follows:
Visiting the link/URL you 'let us' in your request... cf.:
and taking (only as an example) the first abstract "P324" displayed on the webpage popping up I would reference:
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PENDRY E, Petrova NL, Manu C, Vas P and Edmonds ME (2018):
[or, depending on requested citing style of the publication you want to use):
E PENDRY, NL Petrova, C Manu, P Vas and ME Edmonds (2018)]:
Only 16% of diabetic foot infections requiring acute hospital admission could be classified as severe based on current guidelines‘ -
POSTER ABSTRACT P324 (N&A = Diabetes UK Nursing and Allied Healthcare Professional Diabetes Research Poster Award) in Session: FOOT.
Abstracts of the Diabetes UK Professional Conference, London ExCel, London, 14-16 March 2018,
©2018 The Authors, presented at the Diabetes UK Professional Conference 2018; publ. on -p.137- in DIABETIC Medicine (Diabet.Med.) Diabetes UK. 35 (Suppl. 1), 36–205.
Personally, I'd rather prefer to give "full information" if the source you want to refer to not only to you is valuable...
So as (an eager and very interested reader of the information you prepared, and/or referenced in your publication) to be able to find 'dead certain' the referenced "abstract", also when URL's or bibliographic information systems may have changed for any reason...
ALL needed bibliographic information I put in [and included in between]
>> PENDRY E ...... and DOI: ...../dme.13569 << (and more)
can be found by clicking (onto) the many links given in the webpage for that particular abstract (text, cf. right margin :
Details
© 2018 The Authors, presented at the Diabetes UK Professional Conference © 2018 Diabetes UK
Publication History
-Issue Online: 14 March 2018
-Version of Record online: 14 March 2018 , or PDF Icon: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/dme.36_13571 )
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Volume35, IssueS1
Special Issue: Abstracts of the Diabetes UK Professional Conference 2018, London ExCeL, London, 14–16 March 2018
[ = https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/14645491/2018/35/S1, the latter URL added only for convenience if in this reply form there is no valid / functionable link made to it...]
March 2018
Pages 137-143
  • linking to the DOI-URL:
  • but finally also accessing the OPEN ACCESS-pdf:
May you stay well and healthy,
regards, WHM
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FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA IN TOURISM
I need to create an A1 poster where to pitch my client to invest in South Africa's Tourism. I have never done this before and I don't know how to do it and what kind of information to put on my poster. I need you help please. Any advice / opinions it would be of a great help for me. Thank you in advance.
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It's my pleasure, all the very best...
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I am doing my capstone, and for it I conducted multiple interviews.
I have already transcribed them, and now I want to find common themes (key words and such).
Is NVivo a good software to do that and also give me nice visuals to put on my poster?
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Be aware Ilona that NVivo does not make for great posters - or even visually appealing data (unless you love data). It can, of course, supply the main themes that you wish to display - but how you do that graphically in an eye-catching way is more down to graphic design software.
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GiBioN -Gujarat integrated biotechnology Network
It was a intercollge-competition
Gsbtm is Gujarat state biotechnology misson
I am attaching the file with it and also note i did not won the competition
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Visamy - look's like you have done now on RG. If it counts as a conference proceeding - then it should have a DOI number that will widen the publication even more i.e. your ORCID account.
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Hello,
I am working on creating a 36x42 poster, and have about 18 spectra to put on it as the main portion. I am struggling with sizing of the spectra to make sure when it prints that you can see the details of the spectra. Most are in TIFF. Does anyone have any suggestions/tricks on how I can see what it looks like before or what sizing I should have. Thanks in advance.
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First, do you really need all 18? Second can you stack any on one plot?
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I would like to know, what is the best possible software to create research posters?
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I recommend LaTeX for every text edition, include research posters. If you don't know this method, you can use a template in Microsoft PowerPoint, it is easy, but you don't get the greater result like if you use LaTeX.
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Hi!
I´m focusing local railway embankments problems of the vibration causing by the heavy trains and also the Axel weights will be increased in the near future. Does any one have articles, posters etc. of the issue?
Yours
Hannu
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I just noticed that Research Gate does not detect References in Book Chapters and Conference Papers nor Posters, even though these have an explicit References section, thus, they do not add citations to those cited in them. Why is that?
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It is completely depending on the RG members citations only, hence, you will find a difference between total citation here and in Google scholar....!
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In Formentera, with no industry ever but in the center of winds and currents, you can find some of the finest waters in Western Mediterraneo. But not only. This poster, in the entrance of bar Es Cap, says in Catalan:"Micro-plastic atelier: We want to teach fathers what their kids learn at school". What a terrible situation it describes: fathers that have to be informed by their kids. I think this kind of initiative have to be developed all over Mediterranean countries if we don't want our kids to damn us.
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It appears to me, at least, that some questions remain unanswered after a period of time which suggests that a quality reply isn't going to happen. Indeed, perhaps the best responses are close to the date of posting and then the quality falls off and repetition occurs. Later posters do not read the earlier text and the quality of the entire thread suffers as a result with the good results hidden under dross or comments such as 'Interesting discussion' or 'Following'.
Would it be reasonable for threads to be taken off stream and archived say after a period of one year? By then all the quality responses that would have come have had a chance to evolve and long vacuous threads going nowhere are taken off the books.
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The time frame is arbitrary, so I would prefer self-archiving when the thread disappears of its own accord.
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I am preparing a poster of my research. I realize that adding in-text citation in my poster presentation increases the volume of text. Can I avoid in-text citation altogether and just stick with the references at the bottom of the poster?
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You can use the Vancouver style of referencing. It will occupy less space.
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I would like to create a plasmid map for a poster presentation. The plasmid is the pUC57-Kan­­­­­­­­ plasmid containing a mini-CMV promoter, IL-2 gene, SV40 poly(A), and a mouse ROSA 26 origin of replication. I have the sequence for the IL-2 gene and was able to find the backbone sequence for pUC57-Kan on Addgene. I have no other information. How should I go about making plasmid map with the information I have?
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You can use free trial version of SnapGene and simulate for example restriction cloning putting the sequence of the backbone plasmid pUC and your insert IL-2.
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If we can publish then in which journal we should publish?
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Copyright concerns are typically associated with republishing the same work/illustration in another journal or making information available whose copyright is with the publisher. It is however quite acceptable to present published work at a conference. While some poster presentations are published as proceedings in a journal, many are not. Further, since the mode of presentation is different, and the poster is not published in a similar manner as an article, there should not be any copyright issues.
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What kind of art do you like best?
Which direction, trend, epoch, etc. of art do you like?
For example, what direction, trend in painting do you like?
My favorite trend in painting is impresonism, which has been developing from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day. Also in other genres, types of art, graphics, posters and films, Impressionist trends can be found.
Please, answer, comments. I invite you to the discussion.
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Expressionism:
Rooted in the turn of the 20th century and inspired by Vincent van Gogh.
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Global warming, dear all RG members please send me poster related to global warming, to create awareness in society?
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I am trying to quantify my images for a poster using ImageJ, but am having a hard time because they aren't white balanced. Is there a free application I can download which will allow me to white balance my images?
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Abstract 983: Identification of potent, highly selective and orally available ATR inhibitor BAY 1895344 with favorable PK properties and promising efficacy in monotherapy and combination in preclinical tumor models
Ulrich T. Luecking, Julien Lefranc, Antje Wengner, Lars Wortmann, Hans Schick, Hans Briem, Gerhard Siemeister, Philip Lienau, Christoph Schatz, Benjamin Bader, Gesa Deeg, Franz von Nussbaum, Michael Brands, Dominik Mumberg and Karl Ziegelbaue
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You should send a request to the author of this poster.
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Hello! This project "Books, articles and posters for colleagues" is not my project. But how this project turned up in to my projects?
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sure we can delete it and delete it again and again (do you think this is the only solution? why you think so????)
why you so interested to add me without my consent
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The purpose is to illustrate booklets, leaflets and poster for visitors and childerns. We seeks graphics of Mammals and Birds of the African continents and Mediterranean region.
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ClipArt ETC could be helpful. The license allows students and staff 50 items within a single project.
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Conscientes de la necesidad de coordinar la investigación y transmitir a la sociedad conclusiones relevantes sobre los problemas relacionados con la gestión cinegética, nos ha parecido interesante iniciar la organización de un Congreso Ibérico de Ciencia Aplicada a los Recursos Cinegéticos (CICARC).
Con un marcado carácter científico y de transferencia del conocimiento, CICARC está abierto a la participación de la comunidad científica y de sectores públicos o privados interesados en cuestiones relativas a los recursos cinegéticos.
CICARC se celebrará en Ciudad Real (España), del 1 al 4 de Julio de 2019; con presentaciones en formato póster y orales en español o portugués, y con un coste de inscripción de 50€.
Fechas importantes:
Fin de plazo para enviar resúmenes: 30 abril
Fin de plazo para inscribirse: 31 mayo
Para más información: www.cicarc.es; cicarc@hotmail.com
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¡CICARC se acerca! Ya está listo el Programa Científico! http://cicarc.es/programa-cientifico/ No os olvidéis de planificar vuestra visita a Ciudad Real con http://cicarc.es/sede-del-congreso/ http://cicarc.es/como-llegar/ http://cicarc.es/alojamiento-en-ciudad-real/
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Any answer about this
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No, the congress poster is not yet a publication, but it can become: 1. if the Proceedings of papers presented at the conference will be published, as well as 2. in some scientific journal independent of the conference.
Mirjana
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REGATEC revolves around renewable methane including landfill gas and 2019 takes place 20-21 May in Malmo, Sweden.
Landfill gas poster presenters from the Baltic countries and Europe's Eastern Partnership ((Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine) are eligible for reimbursement of the conference fee and the travel and hotel cost up to a maximum of 900 EUR/person.
Are there any other conference related to energy gas technology where you can particiapte for free and get your travel and hotel cost reimbursed?
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Apparently not!
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Why a researcher choose to present his work as a poster instead of a full conference paper?
Is there any advantages?
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I think Çınar Kaya may be right. Poster presentation (without a conference paper) gives an opportunity do discuss the results with the audience. And the contribution may be later published in peer reviewed journal without risk of self plagiarism.
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Should affiliations names be translated on posters and articles? or The names must be written in the original language.?
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Requirements might vary but it may make sense to include both the original and translation. This is done for reference lists with translations in brackets.
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Our department wishes to make website/ posters/presentations on the papers we have written and got published in reputed journals. Now, since most of the publishers ask us to transfer the copyrights to themselves, how one can avoid legal complicacies?
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There should at least bright dedicated individual charged with this task at all times.
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While attending conferences, I noticed that the number of attendance for presentations are less in some sessions. I believe the reason is people are distributed between different sessions. However, the time for presentations are available for all attendees.
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They are two different formats. Hard to say, what is better for you. Just look:
  • Poster presents ideas more clearly: all together on A0/A1 paper. 'Poster'-format is much more relaxed for you: just print your staff and let it be hanging on a wall of a hall. If you are a bit shy - posters are better for you.
  • Presentation-format is more lively: discussion, questions after your time, talking to the author face-to-face, etc. Presentations are also a bit more stressful and responsible: you are giving a lecture and everyone is looking at you. But if you enjoy attention of public and talk - slides are better for you.
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I have a presentation to an audience which will glaze over at a table. I'd like to be able to show findings in a more visual way than a table. ideas? thoughts? a book or journal that has suggestions?
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Hi Mary. Our team recently presented some logistic regression results using a horizontal bar chart. Right of the axis representing odds for (in green) and left of center as odds against (in red). Its seemed to lend itself well to interpretarion and demostrating
both direction and magnitude of effect for each covariate.
Here is an example from NIH with all OR’s right of the axis, but in effect the same principle as above.
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STEM was the main topic at the 2019 ASTE international conference, with at least 8 posters, 27 oral presentations and 3 workshops promoting STEM classrooms, STEM instruction/teaching, STEM lessons, STEM summer camps, STEM clubs, and STEM schools without providing an operational conceptualization or definition of what STEM is. Some oral presentations advocated for disciplines integration, but the example provided were mainly "inquiry based" and "Engineering Design Process" practices which in fact did not differed from the overly used, poorly conceptualized and epistemologically incongruent hands on/minds off type of classroom activities.
Therefore, it is worth considering:
(1) Why do we call it STEM if it does not differ from practices being implemented for decades (e.g. inquiry, hands on activities)?
(2) What benefits (if any) can this STEMification mentality/trend bring to science education?
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STEM was first conceived as a collective concept by the National Science Foundation in the USA about 30 years ago out of concerns for the quality of undergraduate education , leading to the establishment of Project Kaleidoscope (Elrod, 2010). This and other American funded initiatives have tended to focus on individual teaching enhancements based on the premise that many evidence-based individual improvements will lead to a collective change. However, this has generally not worked out the way these funders originally anticipated.
American interest in STEM education increased rapidly following the publication of Friedman’s (2005) analysis that China and India were on course to overtake the USA in the global economy by surpassing their STEM educational output. Subsequently, other Western countries have followed America’s lead, such as the UK which ran a National HE STEM Programme (2013) from 2009 to 2012. STEM educational reforms are therefore mainly driven by economic rather that pedagogical concerns, leading Fairweather (2008: 6) to describe them as, “solutions in search of a problem”.
References
Elrod, S. (2010) Project Kaleidoscope 2.0: Leadership for twenty-first-century STEM education. Liberal Education, 96(4), pp. 24-33.
Fairweather, J. (2008) Linking evidence and promising practices in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) undergraduate education. Washington, DC: Board of Science Education, National Research Council, The National Academies.
Friedman, T. (2005) The world is flat: A brief history of the twenty-first century. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
National HE STEM Programme (2013) Enabling the HE sector to engage with schools, enhance curricula, support graduates and develop the workforce, http://www.hestem.ac.uk/.
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M.A.A.Al Fatlawi has been posting the same poster for the last several days -- sometimes several times a day.
Is there any way to stop this needless repitition ??
Peter Salonius
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the poster is not visible
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Will posting the scientific poster of an already published work be redundant?
If you think it should be posted in Research Gate, explain how is it helpful for you?
Thanks.
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I think posting of the scientific poster of an already published work be redundant
Best Regards Dalal U.Z. Alkazemi
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I want to measure how successful the implementation of a poster project was? (2 courses with 30 medical students each, German as a Foreign Language)
I am grateful for every answer. Thank you:-)
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Dear Luisa Zeilhofer
You can read (Methods of Measuring Learning Outcomes and Value Added)
(Ten Ways to Measure Learning Impact)
( Best methods for evaluating educational impact: a comparison of the efficacy of commonly used measures of library instruction)
Regards.
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I have been trying for Phd opportunity with scholarship, with above average grade a student with 8.35 GPA in Master's and 69% in Bachelor's. Research Experience at a reputed government of India for 1 year and 4 months and professional experience as Engineer for 2 year. Research accomplishment 1 research paper on International journal, couple of posters on National conference and 3 conference proceedings.
Since 2015 I have been communication through emails, yet people ask me to improve my profile. Even with much work pressure at a chemical factory I keep writing emails, some professor are kind enough to say no, some professor are really busy to reply.
I just want to ask the scientific community what you expect from a student holding master's and trying to for PhD. Am I in a wrong direction in which I ain't accepted?
Regards
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Publications, IELTS or GRE and good research proposal
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Michael Brach thankfully invited me to share the following event invitation with you on this page:
The Chair of Epidemiology will host an International Symposium and Workshop for „Physical Activity and Prevention. Building networks and designing intervention studies" from 21 to 22 March 2019. The Symposium will take place near Munich, Germany, at the conference center of Technical University of Munich (TUM) in Raitenhaslach.
More information and the full program can be found here: https://www.epidemiologie.sg.tum.de/paps2019/
The goal of this Symposium and Workshop is to bring together experts in the area of Physical Activity and Prevention, who have expertise with large cohort and intervention studies. We would like to learn and network as well as find innovative study designs for future research. We are very delighted that some of the most renowned scientists worldwide in the area of research on population-based physical activity and intervention studies will give keynote lectures and will participate in the panel discussion. Additionally most invited speakers will be around for both days, so that there will be plenty of time for networking.
Additional to our keynote speakers, we would like to invite your short oral or poster presentations related to add to the contents of our sessions.
Please submit your structured abstract (max. 300 words) until November 30th, 2018 to the following email address: paps.2019@sg.tum.de
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Thanks for the warm welcome. The program for our Workshop and Symposium has been finalized and we are still happy to receive abstracts for this event. Abstract submission has been extended until 31 December 2018. More information on the event on http://www.epidemiologie.sg.tum.de/paps2019/
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I am looking for some good posters on water quality monitoring system .
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A research paper of mine has been accepted at an IEEE conference. Although I submitted my best work as a research paper, my best was not good enough and the reviewers threw it with the poster papers. So, it will get published in the conference proceeding but will NOT get uploaded to Xplore Library.
Now if I go with this, can I try submitting the same paper (as it won't be online) to other IEEE conferences or reputed journals or do I have to change it substantially before submitting to other publishers? This would be a problem because I can not work on it any more without a top-notch laboratory with chemical equipment; I already did what I could with just a PC and a lot of time (I am an undergraduate student in a developing country btw).
Or keeping this in mind, should I simply withdraw the paper and try elsewhere from scratch?
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Gladly accept the offer to present it as a poster. IEEE runs the premier conferences, because it is difficult to get a foothold there, except by putting your foot in the door, and seeing what top class, cutting research is like. You will enjoy the opportunity to meet the people you need to know about, and their work.
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The Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) will host scientists, professionals, educators, and students at the SSSA International Soils Meeting. "Soils Across Latitudes" will be held Jan. 6-9, 2019, in San Diego, California in collaboration with the Canadian Society of Soil Science and the Mexican Society of Soil Science. I have invited as poster presenter with following work details.
Presentation Information: Session Title: Meeting the Challenge to Develop Sustainable and Resilient Agricultural Systems By Understanding Soil-Plant-Microbiome Relationships Posters Session Date/Time: January 08, 2019, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Abstract Title: Co-amended synergistic interaction between AMF and organic substrate induced cucumber yield and fruit quality associated with regulating AM-fungal community structure under anthropogenic PGVC soil.
Presenting author affiliation: College of Horticulture, Northwest A&F University, Xi'an, Yangling, China
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Good information. Thank you...
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I was recently a poster coordinator in an international congress, I always like these experiences of sharing and getting to know the studies and opinions of other people. I would like you to share your experiences presenting at congresses, thanks
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I may be wrong Catia Cillóniz but i don't like posters. it makes me feel as a lot stuff has been pushed into small bag...Secondly the appeal behind posters is more of aesthetics and colors and less in terms of scientific data.
Anyway its short cut to scientific data presentation but my views are like this. May be old and suffering from vision issues but still try to go for oral presentation with slides where i can explain my stuff better.
Sorry for these contradiction but seriously this is how i interpret.
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I am doing research for my Masters on pharmacoeconomic analysis on drugs and wan to choose a topic that have many studies, any recommendation. I am thinking of doing about Sickle Cell Anemia therapy or drug comparison, is it good and interesting research for future conference poster
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I think cancer drugs and treatment is also a good choice
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Just wondering how you are going to detect and quantify the cells? We may be able to help. Our microfiltration system isolates cells from patient peripheral blood. I can provide our papers and posters for background. Thet are available for download on our web site www.creatvmicrotech.com
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Thank you for giving information. Detections are well. How to store and transfer the sample? Do you know a good way for the patient sample ?
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It is quite helpful to read others' comments fo rthe EMN meeting.
According to my opinion, it is too early to judge that it is a scam.
More than one half of the speakers are of good quality, although
some others should be transferred to poster sessions.
This is not the problem exclusively belonging to this meeting, but
a common problem in many meetings.
Although I would not mention the name of the meeting explicitly, another big meeting organized by a well-known university of a western country was worse than this meeting in that many of invited speakers are of lower level than general speakers.
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No answer please for no question
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Hi all, I have inherited a data set of perioperative patient satisfaction surveys and have been asked to present it as a poster. I was wondering if there was any consensus as to the best way to analyse or present this data? The data falls into two categories:
A patient survey which asked patients to rate their satisfaction on a linear 1-5 scale (1=strongly disagree, 5=strongly agree) based on various metrics such as "did you feel that you're questions were answered appropriately?" My feeling was that I could present a mean score + SD for each metric and graph each question on its own individual histogram to display the spread.
A binary survey (0=no, 1=yes) that addresses an additional set of questions, such as "did they explain what would happen after your operation?" Which I was going to present as individual pie-graphs to give a quick understanding of the spread for each.
Does anyone have any other thoughts on how best to present satisfaction data such as this? Any help would be really appreciated, thanks!
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You have a Likert Scale for the data. I would think that you should explain that in your methodology section. But in displaying the data, I would go for a pie graph. It is more visual and your need that in a poster. The binary data is a yes/no option. I would go for a bar graph for that data.
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This checklist is claimed (by the producers) to be adequate enough to evaluate/test persuasiveness of any health messages which is i think i can use for my study. However, i found no other researchers using this specific instrument. Hence, i require the validation of the instrument before i embark on my actual testing of the instrument in question.
How can i validate this instrument?
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I agree with Chukwuma. You can use a pilot study, and make necessary adjustments. However, I'm curious -- did the previous authors publish any peer-reviewed article in a journal using the survey item? If so, that might be an opening for you . . .
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Hi Research Gate community,
I have been using what I am calling "hybrid" assignments for lack of a better word. What I mean is that I have started to work on assignments that allow students to choose between writing a standard academic essay or opting for an alternative format such as a poster, poem, brochure, and so forth. The students who select the more creative, nonstandard option are asked to write a short explanation of how their work relates to course material. The results this semester were stunning and I would like to write about it. I would also like to use this type of assignment more often and so I am interested in hearing ideas and finding published literature on the topic. Thank you in advance, DR
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It sort of sounds like using multimedia sources when pursuing answers to questions. Have a look through the academic literature at what some primary school teachers are getting their English literacy students to do using ICT. I think you might find some parallels.
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Are you a Zinc finger person or do you prefer a good Greek key?
We want to know your favourite and most often worked with Protein Structural Motifs for a 3D design poster that could be coming to a lab near you soon.
Any suggestions would be appreciated as are links to popular resources for Protein Structural Motifs.
Thank you for your consideration!
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beta barrels of structural membranes are aesthetically pleasing and their functional feature is quite cool. many examples can be found in pubmed searches.
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I think workers using low symmetry crystals have noted inconsistencies between supposedly identical SEM/EBSD systems, regarding the real world/sample system and the orientation of the EBSD patterns. It seems like the work was an extension of the '
Tutorial: Crystal orientations and EBSD — Or which way is up?' paper on this topic by Britton et al, in Materials Characterization, Volume 117, July 2016, Pages 113-126 .
I found this work last week, but now I am struggling to locate it now. I think it was a poster paper at a conference.
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