Tell us about your research! This system is designed to collect brief science highlights describing published research supported by the Subsurface Biogeochemical Research (SBR) program within DOE’s Office of Biological and Environmental Research (BER). For each highlight, you will be asked to submit a research summary in a plain language format, at least one image that is either (1) unpublished but relevant to the highlight or (2) part of your published journal article or book, and a PDF of the publication. Image file size must be less than 10 MB.
To assist in preparing your highlight, the DOE Office of Science has developed a succinct description of how to write a research summary for a nontechnical audience and what it should contain. It provides an example of the difference between an abstract from a scientific publication and a plain language research summary. This valuable two-page description could also be used by a PI to develop a verbal description of the work contained in their publication for a general audience.
Once submitted, these science highlights are (1) used by the SBR program management team as part of regular efforts to inform senior BER and DOE Office of Science management of the importance and impact of SBR-supported research; (2) posted on the SBR website to inform other SBR-supported researchers of important recently published work; (3) submitted to BER’s science highlights archive; (4) considered for use in SBR, Climate and Environmental Sciences Division, and BER outreach and communication materials; and (5) used for other scientific outreach and communication purposes [e.g., posted on the Office of Science highlights website].
To edit or delete a previous submission, please contact the administrators.
Please have the following information ready.
NOTE: Please use only letters, numbers, underscores, and hyphens in filenames (examples: file_HL-123_myname.docx, file_pub-123_myname.pdf, file_IMG-123_myname.jpg).
The submission form provides mechanisms for uploading the Word file of the highlight along with both images and PDFs of journal articles associated with the highlight. Note that the PDF and at least one image are required for each highlight submission.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact the administrators.