Visualise & present
The University Library provides general support in visualisation. At the library you will also find Bildmakarna, our photographers and film makers who can be hired to perform various types of visual presentations.
Illustration by David S. Goodsell, RCSB Protein Data Bank; doi: 10.2210/rcsb_pdb/goodsell-gallery-019
An introduction to the basic principles of scientific visualisation of biological data.
Your scientific poster is a showcase for your research and thus it must be eye-catching and straightforward. You only have seconds, or at best a few minutes, to attract the visitor's attention to your particular poster.
Resources for visualisation
There are many different resources for creating visualisations. Here we address some of these and their strengths.
Being able to create a visual summary of the key findings of an article is becoming more and more important. The summary is usually comprised of a single image designed to help the reader to quickly identify the relevance of the written material.