Network collaborators have the opportunity to work with the OTN communications team to develop a profile or story showcasing their research. Science communication can enhance the visibility and impact of aquatic telemetry and boost project recognition.
Benefits of a research profile
- Professionally edited, published and distributed
- Can be added to a CV, portfolio and/or lab website
- Communicates and disseminates research in an accessible and engaging way
OTN members have been featured in the Canada Foundation for Innovation 20th anniversary ‘Research Builds Communities’ campaign, National Geographic, and other notable publications.
Profiles are an avenue for effectively communicating your research, developing connections in the scientific community, and expanding the scope and impact of your work.
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