Posts about Clear

  • Three tips to avoid stumbling over technical terms

    Technical terms in your presentation: is that allowed? Of course! But only if they are really necessary. Because all too often we use them, simply to …

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  • Sociology has the most difficult jargon

    From chemistry to literary history and from nursing to physics. They each have their specific jargon, but do you know which has the most difficult …

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  • Science is boring

    ‘Science is boring’, says biologist and science communicator Sally Le Page in her YouTube video. Because as a scientist, you spend most of your days …

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  • What if your supervisor or boss isn’t big on clear presentations?

    Tell us if this sounds familiar: You’ve been working as a doctoral researcher for several months now. And after having attended a series of seminars …

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  • Four steps to pitch your project

    What is the best way to pitch your research or project? We already covered this in a previous post, but let’s now look at a …

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  • How a five-minute presentation changed our lives

    If anyone tells us that presentations don’t make an impact, we answer them about the five-minute presentation that changed our lives. This is the story …

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  • How deep down are you?

    The longer you do research or perform any other type of work, the deeper you dig. This is called expertise. You begin with both of …

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  • How to explain difficult things

    ‘That will never work, my research is just too complex.’ Researchers often feel that they are simply buried too deep in their research domain to …

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  • Where is the Brussels inner ring road located?

    There is more jargon out there than you think. In this blog post we will answer the question: ‘Where exactly is the Brussels inner ring …

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  • Kids help researchers deliver better presentations

    On May 8th, the Science Battle will take place. Researchers will be presenting their work to elementary school children. Out of 24 submissions, the children …

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