Biotechnology has become the most prominent field of science in recent decades. This conference comes to cover and discover various disciplines of Biotechnology such as Medical, Pharmaceutical, Environmental, Agriculture Biotechnology along with the newly emerging, promising field, Bioinformatics.
An invitation to participate in one of the most important conferences in the field of biotechnology, in the presence of a group of American, Finnish, French, and Danish researchers. with a group of Egyptian scientists in various fields of biotechnology.
First, a good poster should catch the audience’s eye and draw people in. That can be accomplished with an exciting title and attractive figures. Next, the poster should be readable from a distance. This means big font and fewer words. Further, the poster should be easily navigable and efficient; your questions, data, and conclusions should be clearly identified and interpreted in less than a couple of minutes.
The easiest way to prepare a poster is to use a simple PowerPoint slide. The poster size is 90 cm x 120 cm. The next are guidelines to prepare your content.
Sections of your poster
In almost all scientific posters you will find a title, author names and affiliations, introduction, methods, results, conclusions, and acknowledgments sections. Some other additions you might wish to include are a references section, contact information, and potentially a photograph of yourself. A photo can be very useful in the event that you will not be physically present at your poster at all times, so other participants can identify you. You may also wish to make creative use of a footer in your poster. This is a section where you can insert your references and contact information, and it is generally acceptable for the font here to be much smaller than in other poster sections, so you can include a lot more.
Font size: Making your poster readable
While we are talking about font, remember this: bigger is better! Your poster should be readable from several feet away. It can also be useful to use two different font styles; one for your section titles, and a different one for the body of those sections. This strategy helps your sections stand out and makes the entire poster more navigable.
Choose your content wisely
Remember that less is more! Posters should not look like a primary research article condensed into one big page. Your sections should be as concise as possible, communicating only the most important results to your audience. With a poster, you have the advantage of being able to verbally communicate your work, so you don’t need every little detail on the board.
While it’s good to let your ingenuity shine, and you generally have free reign over how you put your poster together, be aware that there are some particular styles recognized to work well. It is important that your readers can navigate your poster and follow the logical progression of your work, and you can accomplish this by employing a neat and organized format.
Background and color
One of the best ways to grab your audience’s attention is with the background and color of your poster. You can choose essentially any background, but two common approaches are either a solid color, or a “themed” background that is relevant to the work you are presenting. The latter is catchy but beware. A distracting background or clashing colors can take away from what should be the focus of your poster – the data and your story. If you choose a single-color background but want to add a bit more “flash,” you can include a subtle gradient (as is shown in all of our illustrations above) so that the color fades to a lighter or darker version of itself from the top of the poster to the bottom. Depending on the color you select for the background, you’ll want to make sure that the color of your font is compatible. Use high contrast between these colors so that your text is easily read. Similarly, be cognizant of audience members that are color-blind; avoiding red and green is a good idea for this reason but there are many other ways to make your poster more accessible.
Though we’ve just presented some standard formatting guidelines for making a scientific poster, you shouldn’t hesitate to be creative. After all, your poster is a representation of your work and a reflection of you, so make it your own!
Mokhtar El-Zawahry, MD, PhD (Egypt)
Hala Eissa, Ph.D. (Egypt)
Mohamed Mustafa, Ph.D. (Egypt)
Hussein Sabit, Ph.D. (Egypt)
Sameh Hassanein, Phd (Egypt)
Nabil Awad, Ph.D. (Egypt)
Martin Malmsten, Ph.D. (Denmark)
Mariana van der Plas, PhD (Denmark)
Didier Montet, PhD (France)
Brice Sorli, PhD (France)
Pirta Hotulainen, PhD (Finland)
Tahseen Shoala, PhD
Moez El-Saadany, PhD
Marwa Amer, PhD
Heba Radwan, PhD
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