Due to the pandemic so much has had to change, all events moved online and poster halls were no more. This caused an issue for researchers that started to find it increasingly difficult to share their hard-work with those that were interested.
Director of Precision Medicine Forum, Steve Coldicott, realised that there was a need for researchers to be able to share their scientific posters online and be able to connect with those in the scientific community that could take it to the next level.
That’s when Steve came up with virtual-posters.com. Virtual-posters.com changes the way we think about poster presentations and enables both presenters and those who have an interest in their research, to connect with one another more easily, in greater detail and to a broader cohort of potentially interested parties than is possible at physical events.
Take a look at this video introduction by Steve to find out more:
If you’d like to become a poster presenter on the website, please visit virtual-posters.com.
There is no better time to make your scientific poster a virtual experience.