“Make Your Research Results into International News—The Importance of Structuring Effective Story and Attractive Visual” on November 12th, 2019


(The seminar is conducted in Japanese)

This seminar will introduce the use of EurekAlert!* to disseminate research results to overseas media such as the New York Times. Focus will be given to structuring an effective story and the importance of using visuals (video, illustrations, etc.)

*Run by AAAS, the publisher of Science magazine. EurekAlert! is the world’s largest science news distribution platform. Many leading universities around the world, including Kyoto University, work with EurekAlert!


Date and Time

Tuesday, November 12th, 2019, 16:00–17:00



Seminar Room, 1st Floor, Faculty of Medicine Bldg. B
No. 6 on the Medicine Campus Map



  1. A comparison of domestic and foreign press releases along with a description of EureAlert!
  2. Explanation on effectively communicate your research results
    • The structuring effective story
    • The use of visuals (video, photos, illustrations)
  3. Working with the Office of Global Communications to prepare press releases



The Story Perspective
David Kornhauser
Director, Office of Global Communications

The Visual Perspective
Tomoki Shimizu
Science Communicator, Office of Global Communications

Hiroko Hashimoto
WPI-ASHBi (Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Biology)



Registration Form
(Up to 60 participants)



Hiroko Hashimoto, WPI-ASHBi
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Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Biology (WPI-ASHBi)
Kyoto University Office of Global Communications

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