ESBiomech24 Congress in Edinburgh

From the President: Youtube

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If you remember, in our last congress in Dublin, we announced the creation of a new committee, Scientific Communications Committee. Its main goal will be enhancing communication with and between ESB members promoting science and practice of Biomechanics. Following this idea, Sara Checa (our Scientific Communication committee chair) created the ESB YouTube channel. We have only uploaded the plenary conferences held in Seville (2017), but we would like our members to actively contribute to its development. In the next months, we will have videos were our mobility awardee would explain their experiences during their research stay. If you would like to participate or have related ideas, please contact us.

Additionally, these days you are surely pushed by your institutions to disseminate good news and communicate your research progresses, make sure that your research is visible on the internet and so forth, at ESB we would be happy to disseminate news of large European research projects relevant to biomechanics and closer disciplines. Take advantage of the open access dissemination opportunity being provided to you as a member. Few years ago, we started a trend of congratulating those with notable ERC and similar grants a few years ago but it is difficult to keep it up if you don’t bring us your news. Don’t be shy! Share your achievements with our colleagues. You can use Twitter (@ESBiomech), Facebook community and FB student.

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