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Agent Majeur takes a look the driving forces behind this phenomenon of science videos online.
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Testimonial from Xavier Ormancey, Research and Innovation Director and jury chairman.
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Jérémy Barande, photographer, shares his tips for your science images.
Carlos Lee’s tips on how best to combine humour and science communication.
Julien Bobroff’s tips for science outreach among high school and university students.
The title is the most important part of any type of communication.
Advice from PhD students to help succeed in the three-minute thesis competition.
Nancy Duarte gives us advice to improve PowerPoint slides and make them unforgettable.
An interview with Stephen Few, a data design specialist, about using graphs.
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An interview with Patrick Légeron, a psychiatrist and a specialist in work-related stress.
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A communication manager shares his experience of site visits with us.
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