Investigating the application of an avirulent

Title: Calibri font (or similar), Font size 89. Keep the title to
within two lines. Can use colour
Author
1
One ,
1Affilitation
Author
2
Two ,
... Font size=60
for author one, 2Affiliation for author two ... Font size=50
1: Introduction (Font=50)
4: Section title, font=50, keep to 1 line
• Text within each section, font size = 40. It is a good idea to
use bullet points and keep text simple and easy to follow
• The upper and mid sections of the poster are best places to
put important data
• This would be a second bullet point. Put spacing of 12pt
between each complete line
• The bottom sections are less obvious, so less important data
or information should be at bottom
• Other hints: plenty of white space in the poster makes
reading the poster easy
• Try to use figures or diagrams whenever possible, it is
difficult to pay attention to a poster with lots of text
Figure 1: Figure legends and other labels around font size 24. For figures, a
good size is 5 – 10 cm
5: Section title, font=50, keep to 1 line
Key sentences for section, can be placed at end in red to
help guide logic, or clarify main question
• Additional advice on posters can be found:
http://www.swarthmore.edu/NatSci/cpurrin1/posteradvice.
htm
2: Section title, font=50, keep to 1 line
• There are also examples of posters on:
http://www.flickr.com/groups/[email protected]/
• Make sure to leave plenty of white space between the
sections to make them easy to focus on
• And also the official F1000 Poster collection:
http://posters.f1000.com/
• This poster is strict column design, but can also do design
with one section covering whole width.
• But, be aware that in Japan and some countries posters are
A0 format like this (thin, tall), but in America they are
usually designed in short, wide format
• However you design your poster, you should make sure that
the order of content is obvious
6: Conclusions
3: Section title, font=50, keep to 1 line
• Make sure to leave plenty of white space between the
sections to make them easy to focus on
• This poster is strict column design, but can also do design
with one section covering whole width.
• However you design your poster, you should make sure that
the order of content is obvious
7: References and Acknowledgments
Dr. Derek Goto, Creative Research Institution, Hokkaido University was kind en