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  1. TITLE: SCIENCE POSTER TEMPLATE Organization Emblem or Logo B. Roxs, Poor-Traction Rock University, www.boxofroxs.com, 2011 INTRODUCTION METHODS RESULTS CONCLUSIONS This template was created by Box of Roxs at boxofroxs.com. It is free to use, modify, and adapt to best fit the needs of your poster presentation. The introduction box is where background information is provided to the visitor about your project, research, field trip, or case study. You don’t (and probably shouldn’t) use the exact text box headings of this template. This template is a starting point to help you develop a poster which fits your individual presentational needs. Some results or outcomes of the experiments or tests. FIGURE 2 PREVIOUS WORKS These text boxes are formatted with size 20 font. The minimum font size for a display research paper is generally size 18 font. A font size smaller than 18 will make it difficult for viewers to read unless they’re standing closer than about 3 feet, FIGURE 3 FIGURE 4 FIGURE 2: CAPTION AND FIGURE DESCRIPTION (SOURCE, YEAR). FIGURE 1 You don’t (and probably shouldn’t) use the exact text box headings of this template. This template is a starting point to help you develop a poster which fits your individual presentational needs. This is just some filler text to give you an idea of what your poster might look like when you fill it up with all the details of your research. This is just some filler text to give you an idea of what your poster might look like when you fill it up with all the details of your research. This is just some filler text to give you an idea of what your poster might look like when you fill it up with all the details of your research. This is just some filler text to give you an idea of what your poster might look like when you fill it up with all the details of your research. This is just some filler text to give you an idea of what your poster might look like when you fill it up with all the details of your research. This is just some filler text to give you an idea of what your poster might look like when you fill it up with all the details of your research. FIGURE 3: CAPTION AND FIGURE DESCRIPTION (SOURCE, YEAR). FIGURE 4: CAPTION AND FIGURE DESCRIPTION (SOURCE, YEAR). REFERENCES It’s important to cite and reference all the previous works and sources that went into developing your project. A helpful website for correctly citing your sources is www.worldcat.org. FIGURE 1: CAPTION AND FIGURE DESCRIPTION. The best use of figures are when they help tell the story of your research to the viewer by complimenting the text narrative of your poster. Sometimes to determine if a figure is a good choice it’s helpful to ask, “What information is this figure providing?” (SOURCE, YEAR).