Poster display beyond the exhibition hall

Presenting a poster at FEBS 2017 or looking forward to connecting with others through their poster presentations? Find out how delegates can upload and view Congress posters for a limited period on the Congress website.

Delegates for the 42nd FEBS Congress who will be presenting posters at the event are invited to upload a pdf of their poster to the Congress website – for viewing by other registered delegates only (behind log ins on the platform) from 5th September to 21st September 2017.  News flash 11th September: as additional delegates at the Congress have asked to upload their posters, the period for uploading pdfs has now been extended for the duration of the event.

The aim of this initiative is to promote research dissemination and collaboration: it will enable work submitted as posters to be viewable by delegates for a longer period than is possible at the event alone, and also help participants to plan which posters to visit and presenters to meet at the event.

Poster viewing: 5–21 September
Before viewing posters uploaded to the website, delegates will need to log in to their registrant account and agree to additional terms; these will remind delegates that, as at the live event, all unpublished data should be regarded as confidential and permission would be required from the authors before citing, as well as making clear that delegates can only view posters (on screen) and that copyright of the material belongs to the authors. On the abstract search page, delegates will be able to view uploaded posters by clicking on blue poster icons that will appear to the left of the full abstract link.

Poster uploading: until 15 September
To upload your poster pdf file, first select the Abstract Submission tab after logging in to your registrant account. From the 'My Abstract' window, then click the poster upload icon displayed under your abstract title to reveal full instructions and the file upload facility. 

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