Not All Pandemic Heroes Wear Capes: Science Help for Homebound Kids

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

There is no better time to convince folks that science is essential. Here are some heroes who are taking lessons to families online.

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Take Care with Case Studies

The Edge for Scholars

Scientists know that case studies are far from definitive, but many in the public don't. Discuss case studies with these tips in mind.

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Optimizing Colors for Projected Presentations

Sephirus Communications

Solutions to common problems when colors vary between your monitor and the projector.

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2019 Year in Review

Helen Bird

A Year at the Edge

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Before Shouting from the Rooftops, Wait for the Evidence

The Edge for Scholars

When writing or speaking about your research for public consumption, learn from the problems HNR found with this press release.

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5 Steps For Effective Communication In The International Workplace

Halima Moncrieffe, PhD

How should we best interact with our global team to create a positive environment?

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Like It or Not, You're a Negotiator: Getting to Yes

The Edge for Scholars

“Like it or not, you are a negotiator,” state Harvard Negotiation Project faculty Roger Fisher, William Ury, and Bruce Patton in the introduction to this clear and concise guide to …

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Be Proud of Your Accent! Give Confident Conference Presentations

Judith Ford, PhD

Speak proudly and confidently - How to give a great conference presentation regardless of your language background.

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Conversion of a Social Media Skeptic

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Information is being propagated in important ways in online forums and social media. Sharing experiences and advice can enrich us all.

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Three essential steps to win a Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition

Judith Ford, PhD

Short talks, like the three minute thesis (3MT) require special skills. Learn tips from Dr Judy Ford who has trained students for 8 years.

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