Here is the best poster title in the history of poster titles and should not go beyond two lines F. LastName, Organization or School; F. LastName, Organization or School • NSF Award #IIA-1301346 INTRODUCTION Give a brief introduction or background of your research here. You can also talk about the purpose of your poster here as well. Give a brief introduction or background of your research here. You can also talk about the purpose of your poster here as well. Give a brief introduction or background of your research here. You can also talk about the purpose of your poster here as well. RESEARCH DATA (graphs/figures/images/etc.) Tie your results and your data back to your introduction and purpose. Here you should restate any pitfalls in your research. If you don’t have any results or viable data, use the conclusion to briefly explain why. Bullets not recommended in this section 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Series 1 Series 2 Make sure to include captions even if the text is very small. • You can also use bullet points in this space to highlight important items • Make sure you don’t use too many bullets, and keep your spacing large to make the bullets easier to read • Don’t use bullets in every section FUTURE ACTIVITIES If your research project is ongoing or you intend to add to your results, explain here what you intend to do in the future. METHODS & MATERIALS Talk about your methods and materials here, or use this space to instead talk about how you went about your research and what you used including instrumentation, step-by-step methods, and locations. CONCLUSION • This is another good place for bullets You can also write one caption for several pictures if the pictures are closely related. This can sometimes save space. RESULTS Discuss the results (NOT YOUR CONCLUSIONS) of your research & data here. Talk about your important findings and interesting discoveries, but don’t use this section to tie it in to your introduction. • This is a good spot to use bullets • You can point out important findings and discoveries, and people can get the point of your research very quickly • Again, use bullets sparingly, and you can even set them apart like this by increasing the font or changing the text color or putting them in a colored box. • Use only 3-4 bullets in this section • Don’t use punctuation at the end of your bullets ACKNOWLEGDEMENTS If you’d like, you can list acknowledgements here. OR Rename the title to “Resources” and list your resources. If you have neither, put a picture or more graphics in this spot. Or omit this all together and add more text to the categories above.