Would you like to attend the conferences?
Copenhagen Bioscience Conferences (CBC) is a series of scientific conferences that started in June 2012. The topics of the conferences are selected within the areas of biomedicine and biotechnology.
Who can attend?
The primary criteria for attendance are scientific accomplishment and the commitment to participate actively and meaningfully in the discussions and activities at the conference.
An important goal of the conferences is to bring senior scientists and young and upcoming talent together in order to spark inspiration. In accordance with this, researchers of all levels are encouraged to apply – from PhDs and Postdocs to Senior Researchers and Professors.
Secondly the aim is to create a relaxed atmosphere of free and open discussion and debate across scientific boundaries. Participants are expected to contribute to this goal by active participation.
All attendees need to apply for participation and must prepare an abstract to be submitted as part of the application process.
Furthermore all participants are expected to stay for the entire duration of the conference. This is important in order to create the opportunities and the time necessary for the participants to build trust and strong relations.
Invitation of speakers is handled by the organizing committee, who is completely responsible for the scientific program and for inviting contributors at the highest international level.
Apply to participate
Before you open the online application form you should at least have the following ready:
- An abstract
- A description of relevant activities
- Written motivation *
- Recommendation letter from your supervisor*
* for travel grant applications only.
Everyone who applies must submit an abstract of max 1700 characters as part of the application form.
Indicate your particular activities which justify favorable consideration of you as a participant and contributor to the conference. This information is important, as it allows the Evaluation Committee to make an informed decision when reviewing and accepting applications. This should be max 1700 characters.
To encourage open communication and presentations of unpublished data, each participant at a Copenhagen Bioscience Conference agrees that any information presented at the conference, whether in a formal talk, poster session, or discussion, is a private communication from the individual making the contribution and is presented with the restriction that such information is not for public use.
Prior to quoting or publishing any such information presented or discussed at a conference in any publication, written or electronic, written approval of the contributing member must first be obtained. This also applies to social networks, blogs or tweets.
The audio or video recording of lectures by any means, the photography of slide or poster material, and printed or electronic quotes from papers, presentations and discussion at a conference without written consent of the contributor is prohibited.
Each participant at a conference acknowledges and agrees to these restrictions when registration is accepted and as a condition of being permitted to attend a conference.
Each contributor at a conference assumes sole responsibility for the protection and preservation of any intellectual property rights in their own contributions to a conference.