How can conferences continue to evolve to meet the changing demands of societies and the research community? This timely question was the focus of the American Institute of Physics' recent letter panel on the future of associations convening, to which Morressier proudly contributed.
The panel's culminating report offers ideas and suggestions on how scientific conferences can blend the best features of in-person and virtual formats to host more impactful and accessible events while disseminating conference research more broadly. Download the full report here and head to our blog for a summary of key findings.
On May 18-21 Morressier will host the virtual Echo Asia 2021 conference, where researchers in the field of Doppler echocardiography will gather to exchange new research findings and learn from one another.
Read our Quarterly Highlights post to discover other upcoming conferences that have chosen Morressier to host their event and provide ongoing value to their conference content.
We recently caught up with the researcher behind one of Morressier's most viewed conference posters. In this interview, Niny Rao, an Assistant Professor in the chemistry department of Thomas Jefferson University, discusses what the increased visibility means for her research and why it's so important to make early-stage findings widely accessible.
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As fake news and misinformation continue to run rampant online, two early-career librarians at the University of Tennessee explore new mechanisms to better educate students on data and media literacy. Discover the poster in full below, as presented at the Charleston Library Conference 2020:
Morressier CSO Lauren Kane will be speaking at the upcoming Silverchair Platform Strategies Webinar, titled What Now? Making the most of pandemic pilots & pivots. The webinar will take place virtually on May 13 and is free to attend. Presenters will discuss lessons from the COVID pandemic and the emerging technology trends that are transforming scholarly publishing.
We are still on the lookout for great new talent to join our team, with available opportunities across all departments. We appreciate your interest or candidate referrals to help support our mission to disseminate knowledge and foster global innovation. Discover all current roles on our careers page.
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