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Researchers are becoming more aware of the importance of the impact chapter in their academic funding applications. Science funders, like NWO or EU programmes like Horizon Europe, have increased the importance of societal impact from science. When applying for funding, the societal impact paragraph is...

Passions in life and science are great, but enthusiasm can get in the way of conveying your message clearly to others. Researching your audience and structuring your story will transform your broadcast of information to communication. In this article I will tell you how I...

You want to use an icon but can’t find a matching one, because it’s not totally in line with your subject? Or you want to be authentic, instead of using all these stereotype icons, you’ve seen thousand and thousand times again? Before you rack ...

Communicating science is so much more than having a Twitter account. What we are after in ResearchStories is to cover the academic research story in such a way that it reaches a wider audience than an academic audience (of peers) only. We want to create...

Researchers deal with complex information on a daily basis. Even the most applied scientific studies are complex in one way or the other. Maybe you have a very sophisticated methodology, use advanced statistical models, or combine enormous amounts of information sources. Simultaneously, we all need...

If you’ve been to one of my workshops or met me in person at all, chances are I’ve told a personal anecdote.  I talk about my kids and my family and my travels. The trick is that while my stories may seem personal because I mention...

When giving a presentation, often the question rises “am I going to use PowerPoint slides or not?”. There are people who will say “just use a whiteboard or sheets of paper, and speak form the heart”. Not necessarily bad advice but if this team from...

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