Abstract/Paper Submission7th International Conference Science and Scientist - 2019

Submit your abstract/paper for consideration for poster presentation or oral presentation.

The Organizers will review and select abstracts/papers to be presented as posters and for short talks at the meeting.

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is not mandatory for the meeting prior to submitting your abstract/paper. All abstracts/papers received will be considered for review.

Submit your abstract/paper no later than May 02, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. EST.
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Instructions for Preparation and Submission of Abstracts/Papers:

  • Prepare your abstract/paper in Microsoft Word.
  • Abstract title should appear in BOLD, ALL CAPITAL LETTERS, in 12-point Times New Roman Font. Remaining text should appear in 12-point Times New Roman Font.
  • Please list the authors and affiliations directly under the title, separated by one empty line, and followed on additional lines as necessary. Underline the name of the presenting author.
  • Separate the authors/affiliations and beginning of the abstract narrative by one empty line.
  • For each author give the forename followed by the surname.
  • Indicate each author's affiliation with a superscript numeral following the surname.
  • Abstract should not exceed 1 page 1.5 -spaced in 12-point Times New Roman.
  • Full length paper should not exceed 5000 words.
  • Paper must address the theme of the conference.
  • Each submission should only have one presenting author.

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is not mandatory for the meeting prior to submitting your abstract/paper. All abstracts/papers received will be considered for review.

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