Poster: Discovering protein functional sites with unsupervised techniques
March 4, 2009 6 Comments
I’m presenting a poster during the Biosciences graduate admissions dinner in a couple days. Even though it only covers a fraction of my thesis work, I of course still had trouble cramming it all into 40×30 inches. The audience is a bit tricky since it’s a general event covering all of biosciences for pre-graduate students, so I wasn’t sure how much detail to include (but it might not have fit anyway). I like the overall style of the poster but it seems a tad wordy…
If you have any suggestions or comments for organization, content, or aesthetics, I’d appreciate it! For example, is it high-level enough that someone with a basic science background could get the gist? Is it interesting enough to get someone excited about bioinformatics? Does it communicate the research clearly?
(Update: Final version here)