When: Wednesday 14th November, 2:40pm – 3:40pm
Where: L2, Level 2 to the left of the registration/foyer area, down the hallway and through the doors on the right
How we “see” science is very important in how we communicate it. The attention span of people in this day and age is a lot shorter than it used to be so grabbing someone’s attention with a great visual is invaluable.
Hear from the speakers about how they are bringing the sight of science to the masses.
The session is structured into three 15-minute talks and will wrap-up with a 15-minute Q&A for delegates questions and comments.
The session will include the following talks:
- The breathtaking circus of photosynthesis: communicating the most important biological process on Earth – Natalia Bateman
- Pixcells: when digital art meets science – Andrew Lilja
- A comparison of two techniques for visualising antibiotic dispensing over time: the run chart versus Nightingale’s rose diagram – Michael Leach