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Cutting through the fog: Crafting and presenting a clear magnetic story

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Storytelling is a powerful medium that captivates our senses. Stories engage and create resonance. In this talk you will discover the elements and structure of narrative, and the value of a good story.

Ghina Halabi will present tools and tricks on how to present your story through a narrative lens and deliver a memorable talk, whether to the general public or expert audience.

Ghina is a space scientist, storyteller, gender equality advocate and mentor. She works at the Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge. She is the first person to obtain a PhD in Astrophysics from a Lebanese institution, the American University of Beirut, where she worked as a lecturer before coming to Cambridge. She is has been invited as the guest speaker at a number of international astronomy conferences, including the United Nationsand TEDx. Active in public speaking and outreach, she founded Scheherazade Speaks Science, a science storytelling platform to make science accessible and promote the visibility of female scientists.

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