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INTRODUCTIONBriefly describe your research and make itinteresting. Strive to keepthe introduction to 150 words or less.Avoidtechnical jargon.Graphicswill help viewers understand the research better than text will.General tips:Don’t use more than two fonts on your poster.Minimum text size is 16 pt. Headings should be between 30 and 60 pt.No more than 11 to 12 words per line of text.Use two or three colors; too many can be distracting.
RESULTSFirst, provide a summary by explaining the general aspects of data collected and if the procedure worked.Then, present data analysis that supports your hypothesis. Refer to charts or images.Use infographics to show data visually so reader can understand quickly.This should be your largest section at about 200 words.
METHODSExplain the process used in your research:Useactivetense.Use bullet points for easy reading.Avoidlong numerical formulas.Useboldfor emphasis; avoid capitals and underlining.Use figures and flow charts to illustrate design, if possible.
Briefly explain photo or graphic. Photos should be at least 300ppito ensure high-quality when printed.
Explain photo or graphic. Make sure the details on graphs and photos can be viewed from six feet away.
CONCLUSIONSExplain the major result and briefly clarify if your hypothesis was supported. Tell viewer why this is interesting and state why it is important. Suggest continuing research that will build on the study, if appropriate.
Follow the format of the conference you are attending.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSThank individuals for specific contributions and mention who provided funding. Keep this section short. Fewer than 40 words is recommended.
Title of Research Study—Thetitleshould be readable from 10ftaway and should attract interest. Nomorethan2lines.Presenter Name and Organization, Collaborators
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