The Innovation andÂ Research Office (IRO) of the University is organizing tomorrow a poster presentationÂ hoping to give the PhDs enrolled full-time to showcase their work, dosage interact with each other and meet some potentially interesting contacts from outside the university. Unfortunately, medicine the posters have to be all printed any use of new technologies being thus restricted. Fortunately, as the organizers put it, there are some prizes at stake as well and this poster presentation is a compulsory event for everyone unless their supervisors say otherwise. Everybody this year seems to be in a competitive mood though, as most my colleagues are saying, it is not the university’s financial prize incentive that motivates them but rather the desire of making their research look as good as it actually is.
[…] life – as well as taking advice from my colleague Ana (who wrote her own reflections from her poster presentation in 2008 and a more recent resource a few days ago). I used the University of Leicester poster […]
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