EURAXESS ASEAN Career Development Webinar Series 2021 – Session 2 “Effective Science Communication for Researchers”

    05/05/2021 - 16:00
    Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City
    05/05/2021 - 17:30

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Please find below the presentation slides of our speaker Dr Sam Illingworth.

"Communicating Science Effectively" (1.98 MB)


Part 2: Establishing a Digital Footprint (1.79 MB)


“Effective Science Communication for researchers” of the EURAXESS ASEAN Career Development Webinar Series 2021 is a two-part training with Dr. Sam Illingworth, author of Effective Science Communication and internationally-renowned science communication expert.


Part 1: Communicating Science Effectively

In this seminar, Dr Sam Illingworth will present an overview of how to effectively communicate your scientific research to different audiences. This will also include a discussion of how to prepare and deliver engaging oral presentations and poster presentations in both in-person and virtual environments.

This event will take place on:

Tuesday, 30 March 2021

4.00pm VIE/5.00pm SG/10:00am UK / 11:00 CEST

Part 2: Establishing a Digital Footprint 

It has become a professional necessity for scientists to develop and maintain a digital footprint. In this seminar Dr Sam Illingworth presents an overview of how to create a digital footprint that it is catered to your needs, experiences, and expectations. Including the use of blogs, podcasts, and social media. 

This event will take place on:

Wednesday, 5 May 2021

4.00pm VIE/5.00pm SG/10:00am UK / 11:00 CEST


This event is open to researchers of all nationalities and scientific disciplines. Participation is free of charge. Certificates of attendance will be issued after successful participation.



About the speaker

Dr Sam Illingworth is Associate Professor in Academic Practice at the ‪Edinburgh Napier University in Scotland. His research is concerned with trying to engage and empower people with science, especially those without a voice. He writes science poems to try and communicate some of the beautiful and important scientific research that is being done on a daily basis, all across the world.

He has internationally-recognised expertise in interdisciplinary studies, with a background in environmental science. He is a Senior Fellow of the UK’s Higher Education Academy, with 60 publications and a h-index of 15. He is also the Chief Executive Editor of Geoscience Communication, co-director of the Manchester Game Studies Network, and founder of the poetry journal Consilience.

He is the author of A Sonnet to Science, Effective Science Communication, The Poetry of Science and other books.