ONLINE LATE ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS NOW CLOSED
Late Abstract Submission Guidelines
- Late abstract submission is closed.
- All participants who submit by 27 July will be notified of the result by 4 August. The presenting author is required to attend The EMBO Meeting.
- Should you have any general questions, please contact:
- Please note that the login credentials for abstract submission are different from those for the participant registration system.
- Full submission guidelines are detailed on the submission system (including maximum character count and required format).
- PhD students and post-docs are particularly encouraged to submit abstracts.
- Abstracts submitted and selected for poster presentation will be included in The EMBO Meeting 2011 Abstract Book.
- The abstract book will be available online as a downloadable PDF two weeks prior to the conference to allow all registered participants to review abstracts and highlight posters of interest before arrival. A printed abstract book will ONLY be available for you if you specify when registering that you would like one.
- Maximum recommended poster dimensions: 882 x 1,274mm (36" x 49.08") Portrait - DIN A0 Oversize Format.
- Details on poster sessions here.
Late Abstract preparation
- All abstracts must be submitted in English, via the online abstract submission system.
- Abstracts will be selected based on their scientific merit and the quality and novelty of data presented; it is therefore essential that you clearly and succinctly describe aims, procedures, major findings, and the significance of the research reported. Abstracts containing insufficient information for review will be rejected.
- Abstracts MAY NOT:
- advertise a commercial product;
- contain a list of literature references, or acknowledgements of financial or other support;
- include graphics or tables;
- use, or depend on, character formatting such as bold, italics, superscript, symbol fonts.
- Abstracts MUST:
- be submitted in their final state and will be reproduced directly from the online submission – any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific data will appear in print as submitted;
- include the title (max. 200 characters incl. spaces, avoiding ALL CAP spelling);
- be structured in 3 single-paragraph sections (Background max. 500 characters incl. spaces, Observations max. 1,200 characters incl. spaces, Conclusions max. 300 characters incl. spaces);
- be submitted with the agreement of all listed authors;
- be submitted with a licence granted to EMBO to publish the accepted abstract in the conference book, and to make the book available to all registered participants in printed and electronic form.
- More detailed instructions are available on the submission form.
- EMBO reserves the right to reject submissions that fail to comply with the above regulations, and to remove reference lists, acknowledgements and commercial advertising from accepted abstracts without prior notice.
Poster Prizes by EMBO Scientific Publications supported by EMBO Young Investigators
The EMBO Journal, EMBO reports, Molecular Systems Biology and EMBO Molecular Medicine will award a poster prize each at the meeting.
Selections will be made by the editors and members of the EMBO Young Investigator Programme for high quality and exciting unpublished research presented in a clear and appealing manner. Research areas to be announced.
The awards will be presented during the closing ceremony.