The #RSCPoster Twitter Conference is an online event held entirely over Twitter to bring members of the scientific research community together to share their research, network and engage in scientific debate.
The 2019 edition of #RSCPoster was the biggest and best yet, taking place for 24 hours starting at 09:00 AM GMT, 5 March 2019. In it’s fifth year, #RSCPoster boasted a full compliment of subject categories spanning the chemical sciences and related fields, supported by 33 passionate Subject Chairs and 20 dedicated General Committee members (find out who they were in this blog post).
Reaching throughout the twitter chemical sciences community and beyond, #RSCPoster 2019 involved:
- Over 500 registered poster delegates
- 3186 Contributors
- 9759 Tweets
- Audience of over 2 million
- 14 million total impressions
2019 #RSCPoster Winners:
With thanks to our committee members, we are now delighted to announce the 2019 #RSCPoster winners as below. Please click on the posters to see the original tweet.
- 1st Place prize = £100
- 2nd Place prize = £50
|#RSCPoster Subject Category||1st Place prize||2nd Place prize|
- #RSCEdu Primary/ Secondary/ Further education prize= £100
- #RSCEdu Higher education prize = £100
|#RSCPoster Subject Category||Primary/ Secondary/ Further education prize||Higher education prize|
- Audience participation prize (#RSCPoster that receives the most retweets) = chemistry-themed board game: Compounded
- Special commendation = chemistry-themed board game: Compounded
Thanks again to our wonderful sponsors this year who are supporting these prizes:
Analytical Science Network, Analytical Methods Committee, Chemical Biology and Bioorganic Group, Applied Catalysis Group, Education in Chemistry, Chemistry Education Research and Practice, Alvatek, Environmental Chemistry Group, Applied Materials Chemistry Group, Chemical Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Group, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Chemical Science, Process Chemistry and Technology Group and Dr Sam Illingworth.
Congratulations to the prize winners, thank you to everyone involved and we look forward to the 2020 #RSCPoster – details coming soon.
2019 #RSCPoster Event Organizers
Matthew Baker, University of Strathclyde, @ChemistryBaker
Edward Randviir, Manchester Metropolitan University, @EdwardRandviir
Hannah Kerr, Royal Society of Chemistry, @hk_chemistryy
Kathryn Gempf, Royal Society of Chemistry, @KGempf
Contact us: RSCPoster@rsc.org