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Careers Workshop
Communicating your science
Spring 2019
30 May 2019

How would you describe your research to a feisty festival crowd? Or to a panel of journalists? Or to your 6-year-old niece? An interactive careers workshop at the 2018 SEB Annual Meeting organised by Dr Zoe Self Davies aimed to get attendees thinking about effectively communicating their science to a diverse range of audiences.

Garfield Kwan with fellow Squidtoons contributor Yuzo Yanagitsuru
Squidtoons – Marine Science Comics
Spring 2019
30 May 2019

Looking for a way to communicate the results of your latest research in a visually appealing format that the public can understand and that can be shared and reposted instantly? Comics can be the perfect answer, as Garfield Kwan, creative director of Squidtoons (www.squidtoons.com), explains.

Christine Raines
President's Letter Autumn 2018
Autumn 2018
01 October 2018

For me the summer of 2018 was filled with travel, attending a number of meetings, not least of all, our own Annual Meeting in Florence. I hope you all enjoyed the excellent array of scientific presentations and the social events. I would like to thank the SEB team for the great organisation and smooth running of the meeting, all of the speakers and - of course - our attendees.

Tim Gordon
Young Scientists Awards 2018
Autumn 2018
01 October 2018

Each year, at the SEB Annual Meeting, young scientists submit their abstract to the Young Scientist Award Session and compete for the award of ‘best research presentation’. Our science writers Alex Evans and Jonathan Smith have summarised the research presented by our 2018 winners.