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Abstract Submission - Step 1
Information about abstract call:

You are submitting an abstract to present at the 13th ISCB Student Council Symposium, Prague, Czech Republic which will take place on 21 July 2017.

Key Information:
  • All abstracts received before the closure of the first call will be considered for talks and posters.
  • Any abstract received after the first call is closed will be considered as late submission. Late submissions may only be considered for posters.
  • All submissions are deemed final at the point of submission. However, you will have the option to update your work until midnight on the closing date.
  • You are welcome to submit more than one abstract, however, please do not submit duplicates of same abstracts. In such cases, the later submission will be considered and earlier ones will be disregarded.
    • Maximum word limit for abstract - 350
Key dates
  • Abstract Call opens on: 06 February 2017
  • Abstract Call closes on: 17 April 2017
  • Travel Fellowship call open on: 15 April 2017
  • Travel Fellowship call closes on: 14 May 2017
Presenting Authors Basic Information
i.e. for Charles Darwin, put Darwin

This is how your name will appear on all symposium publications (booklet/website etc).

About the abstract

If you have presented this work elsewhere, please give some details/links. (optional)

Abstract Co-Authors (optional)

Please separate co-authors by comma. For example, for John Doe and James Smith, write, John Doe, James Smith

The Abstract

Max 350 Words
Min 50 Words

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You will be shown a preview of your abstract on the following screen. You will have the opportunity to change/update before submitting.

This form will not allow to process if word limit is exceeded or too few words are entered.

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