17
March
2017

Opportunities to present your work as a brief Congress talk!

Oral slots are available at FEBS 2017 for presentation of research work selected from submitted abstracts. 

Participants at the FEBS Congress are encouraged to play an active part in the scientific discussion by submitting an abstract of their unpublished research to the event. From these submissions, participants reporting particularly interesting, significant or relevant research may be invited to contribute Short Talks integrated into the Symposia sessions, or Speed Talks during special morning sessions assigned to these. Not only do these oral options provide great opportunities for those selected to gain recognition for their work, but also this approach helps present a range of new interesting findings from upcoming researchers to the Congress audience. 

If you would like to have your work considered for oral presentation, please simply select this option during abstract submission. Further details and deadlines are given on the Call for Abstracts page.

Good luck!

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