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Sci Ani: amplifying research communication with science animations Emma Feloy, Managing Director of Sci Ani

Sci Ani: amplifying research communication with science animations

July 12, 2023
Preface: In the latest interview with companies that are using innovation to support researchers, we asked Emma Feloy from Science Animated how the team is amplifying research communication with simple, effective science animations. We learned that sharing research using visual media has a huge benefit in audience learning and retention, and that pairing the simplified...
Bees in Rain: Exploring the intersections of science and film. Image of Robbie I'Anson Price, PhD and Co-founder

Bees in Rain: exploring the intersections of science and film

June 28, 2023
Preface: Visual media has taken over in how we absorb information, so how can researchers use film and video to communicate science? We asked Robbie I’Anson Price from Bees in Rain Science Film Studio about the future of sci-comm and how he approaches creating films that share research with different audiences. We learned how impact...
Postdoctoral studies in Sweden: Insights on funding agencies and research opportunities to advance your academic career by Swapnali Barde, PhD An image of a keyboard where the enter key is the flag of Sweden.

Postdoctoral studies in Sweden: Insights on funding agencies and research opportunities to advance your academic career 

June 21, 2023
Sweden is well known globally for its breath-taking views, white winters, fika (coffee culture) and its emphasis on sustainability, social welfare system and high level of technological innovation. According to the World Economic Forum, Sweden ranks as the second most innovative country in the world which invests heavily in education and approximately 3 percent of...
SamSpeaksScience: presentation skills to help your audience navigate your knowledge Samuel Lagier, PhD, and co-founder. The SamSpeaksScience logo appears underneath this text and a photo of Sam against a gray wall is at the right.

SamSpeaksScience: presentation skills to help your audience navigate your knowledge

June 14, 2023
Preface: From undergraduate summer work to a five-year postdoc, almost every research project involves giving a presentation, but it can be really hard to know where to start and how to create an engaging presentation your audience will understand. We asked Sam from SamSpeaksScience how we scientists can share our research effectively with an audience,...
Guest Author Perspective: Dealing with grant rejections by Titilope Oladiran

Dealing with Grant Rejections: How to go from getting multiple rejections to getting the big YES  

June 7, 2023
According to the University of Dundee [1], the average success rate for most funders is between 10%-20% and every applicant will face rejection at one point or the other. It is then important we know how to deal with rejections and continue with application submissions.    Over the past one year, I dealt with a lot...
Audemic: access research articles through listening Jose Rayo, CMO and co-founder. The Audemic logo appears underneath this text and a photo of two hands holding a cell phone with the Audemic app is at the right.

Audemic: access research articles through listening

May 30, 2023
Preface: In the latest interview in our series on companies that are developing innovative ways to support your research, we speak with Jose from Audemic about how we can access research articles by listening to them in the Audemic App. We asked him about access and inclusivity in research and learned that technology is not...
Ethos for developing NLP tools to support researchers Smita Chakraborty, PhD

Ethos para o desenvolvimento de ferramentas PNL de apoio de investigadores

May 24, 2023
Desenvolver um algoritmo de Processamento Natural Linguístico (PNL) para serviços de investigação é fascinante. De forma a obtermos uma ferramenta completa, Ethos pede a um engenheiro IA para misturar várias perspetivas. A cada segundo um algoritmo inovador de PNL chega ao mercado, e os investigadores que os desenvolvem precisam de estar cientes das limitações e...
Ethos for developing NLP tools to support researchers Smita Chakraborty, PhD

Ethos for developing NLP tools to support researchers 

May 24, 2023
Developing a Natural Language Processing (NLP) algorithm for research services is fascinating. It asks the AI engineer to merge many perspectives to deliver a complete tool. Every second a groundbreaking NLP algorithm hits the market, and researchers developing them need to be aware of the limitations and the conditions under which their NLP was developed....

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