A poster generally follows a basic structure of a title, introduction, methods, results, conclusions, references and acknowledgements. Remember, however, that the purpose of a poster is to present the most important messages of your research only and therefore you do not have to report the result of every experiment or include details of every method used. You need to ensure that your poster tells a coherent story, is succinct and that the content is relevant to your main message. Most people will only spend a few minutes reading your poster and you must get your message across in that time.
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