The benefits of presenting your research

Author: Dr Jennie Billot

Giving presentations may seem a daunting activity – imagine talking to other researchers who are listening critically to what you say! Well, think of the advantages instead. The more you practice presenting, the easier it gets and the feedback you receive can be very helpful in refining your work.

Erwin Losekoot recently won an award at a conference he attended in the UK. Check out Erwin’s experiences below and, if you are aiming to present your own work in the future, click here for other advice on planning your presentation. In this interview Erwin talks about his own research and how useful it is to present ‘research in progress’.

Congratulations on the award Erwin and best wishes for getting to the finish line!

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