Podcast - how to conference when you can't conference

Exploring options for how to achieve your conference goals during lockdown

By Jennifer Wood and Christopher Tancock - March 27, 2020  1 mins
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Given the current pandemic, travel has become increasingly difficult, if not impossible. This phenomenon has cutailed one of the most enjoyable of research activities: the conference circuit. Conferences are a great way of promoting your research, networking, and eliciting feedback from your community. So what can you do when you can't travel and when conferences are being cancelled across the world? In this episode, we'll be looking at how you can still achieve your conference goals. There are still options - you just need to think a little more laterally...

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Written by

Jennifer Wood

Written by

Jennifer Wood

Based in London, Jennifer Wood is Senior Publisher of the food science journals portfolio. After graduating in biomedical science at Cardiff University, she worked at BioMed Central developing their microbiology journals and at Mark Allen Group as in-house editor of two nursing journals, before coming to Elsevier in 2015. At Elsevier she has worked on the developmental psychology and food science journals.

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Written by

Christopher Tancock

Written by

Christopher Tancock

Christopher Tancock is Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier's Editors', Authors' and Reviewers' Updates and works on related communications projects. Based in Oxford, Chris has degrees in European studies and linguistics and  is founder of Pint of Life, a new initiative which delivers free life-saving skills into the local community.

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