Four perspectives on communicating your research, and then one more. #EB2012

I recently had an opportunity to attend the Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego. The Experimental Biology comprises 7 scientific societies who come together to have one (HUGE!) meeting once a year. There was tons of interesting science reported, from the science of Yogic breathing to the effects of fructose on the body, but most relevant to the Mendeley community as a whole was the panel discussion on communicating your science. The panel included a Nobel Laureate, Paul Berg, Joe Palca from NPR’s Science Friday, Megan Palmer from SynBERC, and Cara Santa Maria from the Huffington Post. This was a diverse panel and got quite exciting towards the end.Read More »

Want to hear about the latest trends in research? Please join us on August 16th at 2PM EDT for Mendeley for Journalists

Calling all journalists and news industry professionals! Come learn about how researchers are using Mendeley and how you can use it to discover research trends and quickly get an understanding of the latest scientific ideas. We’ll discuss topics such as:

  • Organizing a research library
  • Discovering scientific research
  • Enhancing your content
  • Expanding and tracking readership
  • Engaging with researchers and other journalists

Mike Blank, Business Development at Mendeley, will be conducting this session. There will be plenty of time for questions after and during the session. If this time doesn’t work for you, please check out the session schedule in this post or see our events page for an event near you.Read More »