Tag Archives: research posters

Correct Poster Sizes

We are often asked “What size should I make my poster?” The answer is, the people at the conference will tell you, usually on the web page with all the other presenter information. Such as when it is, where, etc. … Continue reading

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UV Inks and Posters

From time to time someone puts one of their posters up where it gets a lot  of sun, and after a while the poster fades. This can also happen under some fluorescent lighting, especially when the poster is very close … Continue reading

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We are Megaprint.com too

Yes, it can be confusing sometimes. Our company is MegaPrint Inc., but when you do an online order for a research poster, it happens at postersession.com. The reason is simple. We wanted to create a web site that just talked about … Continue reading

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Quality – It Matters

I was in Concord last week and the foliage in front of the state house encouraged me to take a picture. But the real thing I noticed was the mess on the gold dome, which you can’t see that easily … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy Update

We are happy to report that we made it safely through all the Hurricane Sandy excitement. We never lost power, and were never in any danger from flooding. In fact, we never had any problems last year during Hurricane Irene. … Continue reading

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Academic Posters

Academic posters are a great way to exchange information, which is why they are becoming popular at all levels of education. We are seeing them increasingly at the undergraduate level. It’s a great challenge to a student to do the … Continue reading

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College Logos on a Poster

One of the most common problems with research posters is that the author copies the logo of their institution from the web site and pastes it onto their poster. The logo looks great at an inch across on the website, … Continue reading

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