THE iBIOLOGY YOUNG SCIENTIST SEMINAR SERIES

Are you a PhD or postdoctoral student? Do you have an interesting research project and a compelling story to tell? Would you like to share the results of your biology research with an international audience? Are you interested in becoming a better communicator?

If you answered yes to any of the above, apply for the iBiology Young Scientist Seminar Series by February 1st, 2015!

Four winners will attend a two-day workshop offered by the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, a leading institution in the training of scientists in science communication and outreach. After the workshop, the winners will record 30-minute talks using green screen technology, and the videos will be posted and distributed through the iBiology website.

Don’t miss this unique professional development opportunity and the chance to share your science!  You can send your questions to ibiology@ascb.org.

The Young Scientist Seminar Series is a partnership of the Lasker Foundation, the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, and iBiology.

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About Divya

Predator-prey behaviour fascinates me enough to cross oceans. I wish I could read like Vicki the 'Small Wonder'. When I take a break from all the paper-reading, I read other things, mostly but not necessarily to do with science. I also wish I could write as much as I read, but clearly there needs to be an equilibrium whose stability I cannot guarantee. Also, I usually need the help of music to get me through all the reading and writing. See a pattern?
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