Research Poster Templates for PowerPoint and Google Slides

Our Research Poster Template is a ready-to-use layout that helps you as a researcher present your results clearly to your audience. These templates include sections for an introduction, methods, results, and conclusion, as well as space for graphs, charts, and other visuals to support the research.

These Scientific Poster Templates for PowerPoint have helped ease scientists’ presentation preparation stress, as all you have to do is to choose a suitable template to edit to suit your preferences. It helps you conserve energy and time to focus on valid and accurate results.

You can use any of these templates in academic conferences and workshops, where researchers can share their work with their peers, seniors, lecturers, and professors and receive feedback. Using any of these templates helps ensure that the research is presented professionally and organized, making it easier for others to understand and evaluate the research.

Research posters are one way to present scientific research results at conferences, workshops, and other events. We designed the templates to appear attractive and easily understood, allowing researchers to share their work with a large audience in a compact format.

Several templates are available for creating research posters using PowerPoint or Google Slides. We designed these templates to help researchers easily create professional-looking posters consistent with the guidelines set forth by the conference or event at which you will present the poster.

PowerPoint and Google Slide Templates for Research Posters include pre-designed layouts, graphics, and formatting options that you can customize to fit the specific needs of the research project. They often include placeholders for text, images, and other media, making adding content to the poster easy.

Using a template can save researchers significant time and effort in creating posters and ensure the final product is high-quality and professional. Browse through our collection to choose a suitable template for your next project. They are professionally designed with all variables in place to accommodate your results. We carefully choose colors, fonts, and other design elements so they won’t distract your audience.

How Do You Make A Research Poster?

Making a research poster can be a great way to present your work at conferences, workshops, and other events. Here are some steps to make a research poster: Plan; Choose a template; Gather your content; Organize your content; Design your poster; Print your poster; Practice presenting your poster.

What Are The Parts Of A Research Poster?

A research poster typically includes the following parts: Title; Authors; Abstract; Introduction; Methods; Results; Discussion; Conclusion; References; Acknowledgments; Contact information.

You can also add images or graphics that help to illustrate your research or results accurately.

How Do You Make A Poster On PowerPoint?

For you to create a professional-looking poster, below are the do-it-yourself steps to follow on PowerPoint:

  • Open PowerPoint and click on the “File” tab.
  • Select “New” from the menu and choose a blank presentation.
  • On the “Design” tab, click on the “Page Setup” button.
  • In the “Page Setup” window, select the “Custom” option and set the width and height to the size you want for your poster.
  • Click “OK” to apply the new size to your poster.
  • Add text and graphics to your poster by clicking on the “Home” tab and using the various formatting and layout options.
  • Use the “Insert” tab to add images, tables, charts, and other elements to your poster.
  • Use the “Animations” tab to add animations and transitions to your poster, if desired.
  • Click on the “File” tab and select “Save As” to save your poster to your computer.
  • To print your poster, click on the “File” tab and select “Print.” Choose your printer, set the appropriate print options, and click “Print” to send your poster to the printer.

What Size Should A Poster Be On PowerPoint?

The size of a poster created in PowerPoint depends on the size of the paper or foam board you will be printing it on. Standard poster sizes include:

  • 36 inches x 48 inches
  • 36 inches x 60 inches
  • 48 inches x 72 inches

You can also create custom sizes by setting the width and height in the “Page Setup” window. To do this:

  • Click on the “Design” tab and the “Page Setup” button.
  • In the “Page Setup” window, select the “Custom” option and enter the desired width and height.
  • Click “OK” to apply the new size to your poster.

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