CEBE SciComm aims to increase awareness, enjoyment, interest, critical opinion-forming and understanding of science. SciComm requires the use of creative, vibrant and self-explanatory language and/or images that facilitate the understanding as well as trigger the interest in scientific knowledge. For this reason, CEBE opens the call “Your science in one image or 1000 words”, where researchers and/or science communicators will explain a scientific concept either in a text (1000 words) or a self-explanatory image.
You can find the complete Rules and Regulations and APPENDIX A for this amazing blog contest.in this link.
The key points you need to remember:
- Each participant can only send one piece of work to the contest, either a text or an image
- Deadline: May 15th, 2020 at 8:00 p.m
- There are two different selection procedures (jury and general public), you can choose if you want to participate in both or in only one of them
- PRIZES per category (i.e. text or image)
Awarded by the Jury: FIRST PRIZE 250€, SECOND PRIZE 150 €
Awarded by the Public: FIRST PRIZE 100€
- Three documents need to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
i) APPENDIX A duly completed with personal data and a signed declaration of responsibility in which the author ensures that the text/artwork presented is original or unpublished as well as accepts the rules of the contest in its entirety
ii) a scanned copy of the identity document of the country corresponding to their nationality
iii) the text or artwork in the digital format submitted to the competition that meets the specified conditions in the rules and regulations (see sections IV (for the text) and V (for the image).
TEXT: Digital format (Word or PDF). 1000 words (being 900 words the minimum and 1100 words the maximum). The word count (not including the title) should be included as the last line of the document. The language of this document should be English.
IMAGE: The image will be presented in digital format (.jpg, .png, .tiff or .svg). The image must have a minimum resolution of 72ppp in the RGB color scheme and should be designed in a horizontal 3 position with a maximum size of 1200px (length) by 1200px (width). Any technique, manual and/or digital, can be used to carry it out. If the image contains any words, they should be in English.
We are looking forward to learning about your research!! Good luck!!
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