A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Making Science More Engaging

By | October 4, 2022

A webinar from “The Scientist

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About this webinar: Given that humans are by nature visual animals, most people are familiar with the concept of visual communication. However, while writing their articles and giving presentations, scientists frequently overlook aesthetic appeal because they believe it to be irrelevant or because they believe they lack the necessary technical skills.

Fabrcio Pamplona will discuss the use of figures and graphics for communicating scientific knowledge in this webinar presented and sponsored by Mind the Graph. He will also discuss how visuals improve the impact, user recall, and comprehension of manuscripts.

Mind and Graph: https://mindthegraph.com

Bio: Fabricio Pamplona, PhD, Founder and CEO, Mind the Graph

Mind the Graph, a program utilized by over 400,000 people in 60 countries, was founded by Fabricio Pamplona. His academic background is in psychopharmacology, and he has worked as a researcher at the D’Or Institute for Research and Education and as a guest researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry. Pamplona has worked with small, creative organizations for ten years, and his work has been mentioned more than 2,500 times. He also has significant expertise in product design and innovation management.

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YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/MindtheGraph/

Example: How to make an Academic Poster ! @Mind the Graph: https://youtu.be/midUD4SgEpo

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