Do you have an exciting project that you’re working on that you'd like to share with a wide campus audience?
DEADLINE FOR PRE-SUBMISSION ENTRIES: Friday 08 October
Do you have an exciting project that you’re working on that could be of interest to your peers? Distilling your research into a poster that is engaging and visually appealing can be a challenge but is an excellent way to stretch your creativity and demonstrate the impact of your work so far.
Enter the second of our Connect Harwell Nxt Gen: 'Celebration of Science' poster competitions to share your work, network with your campus colleagues and have the chance to win a prize! Posters will be judged on the communication of the work rather than the scientific content or research results.
You are also welcome to attend the live event on Thursday 18 November even if you are not submitting a poster, further invitations to register to attend this event will follow in due course. Come along to relish in the networking opportunities and view the awesome work Nxt Gen colleagues are achieving. Light refreshment will be provided.
- Open to Early Career, PHD and Post Doc students, Nxt Gen community members
- Open topic
- Poster boards will be judged on clarity of message and communication rather than academic/best science content
- Submissions in portrait format only. A0 size preferred.
- Entrants must print their own posters (venue will supply fixings)
- Top three poster boards will win prizes
- An electronic submission of the poster will be required approximately two weeks ahead of display for judging previews. The event team will confirm details with all entrants.
- Posters must be displayed at The Franklin Hub on Thursday 18 November
Pre submission requirements:
- Poster Title
- One sentence bio to describe yourself (name, career stage, research area, Harwell Campus location)
- Affiliation with Harwell Campus organisation
Deadline for pre submission entries is Friday 08 October
Connect Harwell Nxt Gen is a multi-disciplinary programme for early-career professionals and students at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus. As a central hub, we signpost and organise events and opportunities to support integration into Harwell Campus life. Our mission is to foster innovation and collaboration at Harwell Campus through nurturing and supporting our early-career professionals.
Special thanks to the following organisations for supporting this event: Diamond Light Source and The Rosalind Franklin Institute.