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17-19 MAY, 2023
Cairns Convention Centre
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17-19 MAY, 2023
Cairns Convention Centre
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Oral Presentation Guidelines

Purpose
One minute oral presentations provide an opportunity to pitch the research you are presenting in your poster, in an interesting way to raise awareness and understanding of the science underpinning the Banana Industry. The audience is predominantly growers and other stakeholders rather than your scientific peers, so the idea is not to dumb down your research, but to extract key messages from your research activity and connect your topic to the real world.

Format
1 minute in duration and speakers should prepare 1 slide only.

Tips and tricks
One-minute talks can have a high impact so it is important to prepare carefully. This is your opportunity to attract the greater industry to find out more about your research at your poster. There are extensive resources available on the web on how to prepare successful short presentations to the intelligent non-technical audience.

Purpose
Presentations provide an opportunity to present your research in an interesting way to raise awareness and understanding of the science underpinning the Banana Industry. The audience is predominantly researchers across a range of disciplines however other stakeholders and some growers may also attend. The idea is not to dumb down your research, but to extract key messages from your research activity and connect your topic to the real world. 


Format
10 minute presentation plus Q&A at the end of each theme.


Tips and tricks
Oral presentations can have a high impact so it is important to prepare carefully and be mindful that the audience may not be experts in your discipline. There are extensive resources available on the web on how to prepare successful short presentations to the intelligent non-technical audience.

Please contact Rosie Godwin: rosie@abgc.org.au or visit the official congress website: http://bananacongress.org.au/