Category Archives: Presentation

Comedy on the radio

Here’s a link to the programme Word Of Mouth. This programme was about communicating research using comedy. This theme meant that they came along to Bright Club on the night I was performing and asked me a few questions before and after my set. They interview me to find out what I thought of the […]

Are you teaching or selling?

This is mega important rule 1. And the rule that I see flouted most. When this happens the presentations are inevitably either super boring, or fail to get their point across. What do I mean by this question? Well it’s straight forward: before you begin writing your presentation, ask yourself whether your audience are going to […]

The importance of presenting in presentations

A week without attending a presentation is a rare thing as an academic. I have now seen many, many presentations in my short Ph.D life time. I’ve seen magnificent, inspiring presentations that leave me with a million questions and thoughts about my research. And then again I have seen other presentations that underestimate the audience, […]