Abstract Submission

We are now welcoming abstract submissions for both talks and posters.

Abstract Deadline Extended: 17:00 (GMT), Thursday 5 December

We welcome abstract submissions for both posters and talks to these themes:

  • Balancing multiple values: opportunities and challenges
  • Values in action: exploring processes of change and transformation
  • Beyond the usual suspects: finding diverse support for nature protection

You can find more information on these themes here

Abstract Guidelines

Abstracts for talks and posters are submitted online and should be no longer than 150 words. At BES meetings all presentations have equal status, so there is no difference in the standing of oral or poster presentations.

The title of your presentation should ideally include the organism and/or system of study and the key message of the research. This will help us identify the best session for your presentation. Please do not use full caps for your title or abstract.

Please be aware that there will not be an option to submit a poster as a ‘lightning talk’ or interactive e-poster – so please ignore this on the abstract submission form. 

Student Prizes

If you wish to be considered for our Student Talk or Poster Prize, please check the tick box at stage 2 of abstract submission.

Dates

Abstract submission deadline is 17:00 (GMT), Thursday 5th December.

You may edit your abstract online until 17:00 (GMT), Thursday 5th December.

To guarantee your place in the programme, every abstract submitter must complete by the Earlybird registration deadline of 17:00 (GMT), Monday 13 January 2020. Your abstract will be withdrawn if you do not register by this date.

If you have any questions about abstract submission, please contact Siri McDonnell.

Please be aware that there will not be an option to submit a poster as a ‘lightning talk’ or interactive e-poster – so please ignore this on the abstract submission form. 

SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT

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