abstract science

abstract science

abstract science

The International Rules & Guidelines include the forms necessary to document adherence to the rules. These forms constitute written documentation of what will occur, or in some cases, has already occurred, in a research project. They are designed to provide the information that is needed to review the project to ensure compliance with the ISEF rules and with laws and regulations that apply to the project.
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Communicating your research is an important part of being a scientist. While submitting an abstract to a national conference can seem overwhelming, it is one of the best ways to communicate your science and get your research in front of a large audience.
Who will be reading your abstract? Whether you are submitting to a field-specific or general conference, make sure the language you use can be easily understood by your target audience. Field-specific language may be appropriate for specialized conferences, however plain language must be used for conferences that cover a wide range of fields.

The ESC Congress Programme Committee takes this opportunity to acknowledge the Abstract Reviewing Committee for their essential collaboration to the elaboration of the abstract-based programme.
Over 11, 000 abstracts have been received from 109 countries. The ESC would like to thank all contributors who have chosen ESC Congress 2020 as their preferred scientific platform to submit their original research.

References:

http://www.asm.org/Articles/2019/July/Tips-for-Writing-Your-First-Conference-Abstract
http://www.escardio.org/Congresses-&-Events/ESC-Congress/Call-for-Science/Abstracts
http://library.leeds.ac.uk/info/1401/academic_skills/108/dissertations

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