The BIST Postdoctoral Day is a biennial event organised by postdocs for postdocs. It brings together postdoctoral researchers from all BIST centres to connect, share, and build a community with common interests.
This year’s event is a three-part seminar series focused on the theme of (Re)connecting Science and Society. Through these postdoc-tailored online seminars, you will have the chance to develop key communication skills needed to effectively communicate your science through cutting edge virtual platforms, in the political arena, and in the context of competitive grant application processes.
Specifically, seminars will cover three topics: 1) Efficient science communication: from art design online to leveraging YouTube, 2) Science communication to a general audience and in the political arena, and 3) How to build successful grant application.
All postdoctoral researchers working at BIST centres (CRG, IBEC, ICFO, ICIQ, ICN2, IFAE, IRB Barcelona) are encouraged to attend.
Efficient science communication: from art design online to leveraging YouTube
Improve scientific communication of our scientific achievements at different levels, covering both design aspects and oral communication in virtual platforms, and conceptually evaluate the message to efficiently communicate our research when reaching a more general audience or to a more professional public (i.e. academic, industry).
- Carolin Vogler (Creative Marketing, eCommerce Professional, Fashion Researcher, Artist, Fabricademist): “That’s art? I could do that!”
- SassyScience (Scientific YouTuber): “Drag, scicomm and the unconventional media.”
- Dámaso Torres Navarro (Webmaster & Graphic Designer at ICN2): “Key elements to design science websites”
More information here