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.
Taking place for 24 hours starting at 12:00 UTC, 3 March, the 2020 edition of #RSCPoster was incredible.
In it’s sixth year, #RSCPoster showcased fantastic posters from all corners of the globe, stimulating thousands of tweets of discussion across our chemical community. The event boasted a full compliment of subject categories spanning the chemical sciences and related fields, supported by 38 passionate Subject Chairs and 24 dedicated General Committee members based across the globe (find out who they were in this blog post).
- 24 hours and 12 subject categories
- 795 registered poster presenters from 59 countries
- over 4700 conference attendees
- over 9900 tweets
- over 32.1 million potential impressions
The 2020 edition of #RSCPoster, the virtual chemistry poster competition, came to an end today at midday UK time, after 24 straight hours of tweeting. If you missed it don’t worry, as we’ve pulled out some of the best bits for you.
Congratulations to the prize winners, thank you to our subject chairs for selecting this year’s winners from an incredible number of fantastic posters, thank you to our sponsors for supporting the prizes and finally congratulations and thank you to everyone who contributed, tweeted and participated in 2020 #RSCPoster.
- 1st Place prize = £120
- 2nd Place prize = £60
- #RSCEdu prizes = £120
- Audience participation prize = personalised #RSCPoster cartoon mug
|Audience participation prize (#RSCPoster that receives the most retweets)|
Announcing the 2021 #RSCPoster Twitter Conference:
Links, News, Media and Previous #RSCPoster Events:
Or search Twitter via the #RSCPoster here
With thanks to our 2020 Sponsors:
Royal Society of Chemistry Sponsors:
|Kathryn Gempf||Catherine Hodges||Ed Randviir||Tim Noël||Athina Anastasaki|
Email us: RSCPoster@rsc.org