Dear reader,

This blog helps the scientist who presents learn new skills. It complements the book “When the scientist presents”. Comments and questions are welcome, just email me: jllebrun @ gmail dot com.

I also keep the following pages (More details? See rest of post)

1) the SCOOP.IT page on Presentation Skills I curate;

2) podcasts featuring interviews with top presenters

3) SWAN The free tool to assess the quality of your scientific paper. SWAN – a tool I designed – is based on the techniques described in “Scientific Writing 2.0: A reader and writer’s guide” (World Scientific Publishing) reviewed by Chemistry World.  My friends from the University of Joensuu in Finland implemented this tool in Java. SWAN (Scientific Writing AssistaNt) will help you identify whether your scientific paper is written in a way that will enable the reviewer to appreciate your contribution.

By Jean-luc lebrun

Author: Jean-Luc Lebrun

This century: Writer on Scientific writing skills and scientific presentation skills, MC for scientific events, Podcaster, Radio Consultant, Trainer for Research Institutes in Engineering and Life Sciences, Singapore, and in European doctoral schools, as well as in South East Asia Universities. Last Century: Apple Computer, Advanced Technology Group, Technology Information manager. Then Director of the Apple-ISS Research Centre - a joint venture between Apple Computer and the National University of Singapore. Producer of TV program on IT for Singapore Channel 5.

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  1. I just found your blog, and I wanted to let you know that I love it! I’m looking forward to learning more about scientific presentations. I do a lot of presentation design for scientists, and your blog will be a great resource. Thank you!

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