You’ve made it. You’ve been allowed to present your awesome poster! Now to make sure this moment is captured and shared to your loyal followers!
A thumbs up is a good way of letting us know it’s all going well.
Interested in how #metabolomics can help inform #Arctic science? Or have questions about @ORNL @BredesenCenter or the @NSFGRFP? Come check out my poster 2141 and let’s chat! #agu17 #agu2017 #scientistswhoselfie pic.twitter.com/u5KMU7My4e
— Mallory Ladd (@CuriousChemist_) December 14, 2017
Impro poster FTW.
Ad-hoc improvised poster to present another part of my thesis. Very interesting and inspiring ideas going on around here. Awesome to discuss all these results and get the science going! #anagen18 #sparrhoheroes pic.twitter.com/kPnq0jG7cw
— Eva Garmendia (@evagaresp) January 9, 2018
Let us know what you think about poster photography!
With social media creeping into nearly every conference, how do you feel about people sharing pics of your poster? ?
— Abcam (@abcam) January 9, 2018
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