Science communication is an important part of scientist's everyday life. In their profession, scientists must be able to give talks, write papers and grant proposal to secure funding, communicate with other audiences as well as educating others. Through effective communication, scientist will be able to foster collaboration and innovation and at the same time enhance their capacity and ability to secure funding or job. Furthermore, it allows them to be better educator/teacher/mentor for next generation scientist. Hence it is imperative for scientist to be able to communicate effectively, and right now effective communication skills are becoming part of the core professional skills every science student and professional should have.
PartCat Research group organise a fortnitely meeting that give opportunity to their postgraduate students and ECR to practice this communication skill.
Each fortnite, 2 presenters will be given 3 minutes each to talk about their projects.
Below are some of the videos taken from these talks.