How to create a great science presentation
Based on the contents of our e-book Cause an Effect, we developed a workshop with practical tips on how to improve your narrative and slide design so that your next presentation is clear and memorable.
During ‘Bessensap’, an annual event where science meets press, Stephan told a fully booked room about the do’s and don’t of science presentations. With all kinds of beautiful examples, he explained how graphs, photos and other visual support can complement a story, but also can take away from it. I’m sure it has inspired many members of the audience to create their next science presentation in a clear and creative way.
– Anouk Broersma, Bessensap
Create more impact with your research online
For researchers who want to create more impact
We love it when scientists go out into the (online) world and reach their audience. With this workshop we help them how to get their message clear, how to use social media, and how to design their content so it’s more appealing. With tips from our book, case studies from real life projects and practical examples we inspire you to get more out of your work!
Liesbeth gave a 2-hour interactive workshop to our PhD students on how to create impact with scientific research. So much was discussed: How do you keep a poster readable? What do you put and especially NOT put on your slides during a presentation? What is the one-liner of your research? Liesbeth presented in a very spontaneous and open manner, and inspired us to get more out of science. Our participants were excited to put what we learned into practice.
– Famke Mölenberg, PhD candidate in Social Epidemiology,
department of Public Health at Erasmus MC
Perfect for scientists who want to start publishing their own content.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a writer, researcher or science journalist – when you present your or anyone else’s research, it’s important to think about how you do it! This goes for poster presentations as much as online articles, websites or social media. In this workshop, you will learn how to structure your content, write better headings, and increase understanding of your message.
I think Liesbeth’s superpower is that she helps you think beyond the cliches. She helps you explain complex problems in such a way that you think ‘Wow. That was easy, why didn’t I think of this myself?’ She understands the web as a medium AND is able to quickly understand your research work or business. That is a rare combination.
– Paul van Buuren,
Front-end development en content strategy
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We think science communication is important and key to a better relationship between science and society. So if you want to have us talk about this or any related subject, get in touch! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can develop a talk for your event.
Science communication is key to a better relationship between science and society.