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Rhyme Your Research

Poetry can be a very effective tool in communicating science to a broader audience, and can even help to enhance the long-term retention of scientific content. During this session, we will discuss how poetry can be used to make your science more accessible to the world, including to your colleagues, your family, your friends, and other publics.

We aim to maximise empowerment and minimise intimidation, and in this fully interactive session, participants will have the opportunity to work on poems that help to communicate their research, and will be provided with feedback and advice on how to make them more effective, engaging and empathetic.

Public information:
This session will take place via Zoom, and a URL to the session will be made public approximately 15 minutes before the session starts. If you have any questions about the session please contact the lead convener Sam Illingworth (s.illingworth@napier.ac.uk).
Convener: Sam Illingworth | Co-conveners: Caitlyn Hall, Tim van Emmerik
Thu, 29 Apr, 17:30–19:00 (CEST)
Public information:
This session will take place via Zoom, and a URL to the session will be made public approximately 15 minutes before the session starts. If you have any questions about the session please contact the lead convener Sam Illingworth (s.illingworth@napier.ac.uk).