Abstract Submission Instructions for Oral PresentationSubmission is CLOSED

 

Organisers of the conference welcome online abstracts submissions for oral presentations in any area of chemistry. The abstract should meet the following requirements:

  • Written in the English language.

  • Word count: 250-350 words

  • A descriptive title 

  • A list of author(s) (Surname, First Name) 

  • Affiliations

  • Introduction to provide a rationale for the study

  • Aim and objectives of the research

  • Methods

  • Key findings

  • Main contributions/impact of your research to your field of study

Please consider the following before submitting your abstract. 

  • Long abstracts and graphical abstracts will not be considered.

  • Only abstracts submitted online via the Abstract Submission Form will be accepted. Abstracts sent by email will not be accepted.

  • Please proofread your abstract as a book of abstracts will be published online. Reviewers are not responsible for correcting spelling or grammatical errors.

ABSTRACT submission is CLOSED

Academics and research students can submit posters. Researchers can be from any ethnic background if one of their supervisors is black

 

Prizes will be awarded for the best posters!

  • 100 GBP for the best three posters with an opportunity for a 5 min oral presentation

  • 50 GBP for runner ups

Caveat:

Eight runner ups who submit a poster and attend all of the following sessions will receive £50:  

 

  • 14th Dec, 13:30 RSC Career and professional development talk; this is for PhD students, and early career lecturers and researchers

 

  • 14th Dec, 14:00 – 15:30 Panel discussion

 

  • 15th Dec, 13:30 – 15:00 How to become published by McGraw Hill Learning Resource Company

The poster should meet the following requirements:

  • Written in the English language.

  • It must contain the following:

    • A descriptive title 

    • A list of author(s) (Surname, First Name) 

    • Affiliations

    • Contact details (e-mail address)

    • An introduction, outlining the rationale for the study

    • Aim and objectives of the research

    • Methods

    • Key findings

    • Main contributions/impact of your research to your field of study

Please save the document in a pdf format. 

No other restrictions have been applied to allow for creativity.

Please note that no abstract submission is required for a poster submission.