Communicating your science is vital for your success as a researcher!
Ask any scientist—preparing to deliver a lecture or interviewing for a job can be a daunting and stressful task. In either setting, the messages need to be clear, concise and, most importantly, memorable.
My name is Meital Salmor and I am a Science Communication (SciComm) trainer and strategist. My passion is helping researchers to elevate their communication skills and present their research effectively and engagingly to diverse audiences: in talks, job interviews (including job-talks), professional presentations to other science-experts (ERC interviews, thesis presentations, seminars), non-experts (philanthropists, industry leaders, investors), media interviews etc.
Together, we dismantle complicated research and data into clear messages, minimize the use of jargon (when needed) and technical terms and sharpen presentation skills. read more ›
Tel: 972-54-2638828 Rehovot, Israel
SCICOMM IN ACTION
“As researchers, our tendency is to be very focused on our research subjects and less about how it may affect our society in a broader perspective. When I talk about my research, I understand that what seems important to me is not as important or interesting to people outside my research. When training with Meital, I was able to build messages that resonate with different audiences and in an efficient time frame that makes the audience absorb my messages in a memorable way.”
Rafael Stern, PhD student at the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science
In this video, you can watch Rafael in action, giving a talk about his work while passionately telling the audience his personal story and what led him to do his groundbreaking research in climate science. Wait to the end and listen to the beautiful poem Rafael is reciting.
Shay Shemesh, PhD student
Biochemistry, Food Science and Nutrition, The Hebrew University
"…Meital breaks SciComm, step by step, to a set of skills ranging from tools needed for an excellent presentation of research products and audience analysis, to how to position the speaker's hands while standing on stage…"
Efrat Resnick, PhD student
Chemical and Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science
"During the training I learned to easily explain my research to diverse audiences while adapting to different situations, time frames and the levels of interest and knowledge of people who listen to my talks. "
Tom Manovitz, PhD, Post-Doctoral Fellow
Physics, Harvard University
"…thanks to Meital’s excellent training I was able to minimize my extensive use of jargon and technical terms when I speak and to create a set of analogies and clear messages that express the meaning of my research…"