We are pleased to announce that Rockefeller University Press has chosen Morressier as its virtual conference provider for the upcoming Journal of Cell Biology and Journal of Experimental Medicine Symposium on Neurodegeneration. The symposium, to be held April 26 - 27, will bring together this diverse and prominent community to discuss emerging research on neurodegenerative disorders. Read the press release to learn more.
We are proud to partner with organizations that support making research more transparent, connected, and accessible. One such partner is ORCID, a non-profit organization that provides unique identifiers (ORCID iDs) for authors. In this ORCID blog post, Michelle Kuepper writes about how ORCID's Morressier integration has helped increase the discoverability and impact of valuable conference content.
Finding a virtual conference provider that meets your organization's specific needs can be a daunting task. In this MeetingsNet article, Lauren Kane provides an in-depth guide to creating a great virtual conference RFP. Read on to discover how to evaluate potential partners to ensure success and satisfaction.
The Morressier team continues to grow, with available opportunities across all functions. We appreciate your interest or candidate referrals to help support our mission to disseminate knowledge and foster global innovation.
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The last session has finished, you’ve bid farewell to your attendees, and changed out of your waist-up professional attire… now what? The conference may be over, but in an increasingly digital world, finding meaningful ways to sustain your content post-event is a marketing must.
In this blog post, we share our top tips for how to distribute and amplify your organization's content and key messages long after the conference itself is over.
We're also reading:
On International Women's Day (March 8), we highlighted research on the Morressier platform concerning empowerment and gender equity. Explore this poster on the benefits of female solidarity in finance, as presented at the American Accounting Association's 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting:
Morressier CSO Lauren Kane will be speaking at the upcoming NFAIS Forethought Strategic Summit: Transforming Content Through Transformed Systems. The event will take place virtually on April 27-28. Presenters will discuss how emerging technologies and infrastructure can support new content types, formats, and interactions for the benefit of the scholarly community.
Thanks for reading and see you next month!