Poster Session Information
There will be two poster sessions at the 25th Annual CSU Biotechnology Symposium on Friday evening and Saturday afternoon.
2013 Poster Abstract Review Criteria and Guidelines
We are no longer accepting poster abstracts for the 2013 Symposium.
CSUPERB accepts abstracts from CSU students and faculty from biotechnology-related disciplines, including but not limited to life science, physical science, clinical science, math, computer science, agricultural science, engineering and/or business.
2013 Review Criteria
- Poster abstracts should include original data and results. Literature reviews are not eligible. The most competitive abstracts make it clear what has been accomplished, what methods were used, and what conclusions have been drawn from the data presented.
- Poster abstracts should be readable and present ideas with clarity. The most competitive abstracts provide enough background so reviewers can understand the significance of the work and how it might add to what is already known. In addition, successful abstracts make it clear what the authors are hoping to accomplish or clearly explain the specific aim(s) of the overall project.
- Poster abstracts should use correct spelling and punctuation. CSUPERB does not correct typos, formatting issues or misspellings before abstracts are reviewed or the abstracts are published on the internet.
Other 2013 Abstract Submission Guidelines
Poster titles should be descriptive (limit 255 characters).
Abstracts are limited to 2500 characters.
Spaces and formatting code count toward the character limits (255 for the title, and 2500 for the abstract body).
Project funding and other acknowledgments should be included in abstracts.
Provide up to 3 keywords (for example: species name, field of research, technique) to help participants find your poster using the online abstract listing.
Please remember that CSUPERB solicits both research and curricular/program development abstracts. Core Facility, curricular or program development results and data may pertain, for example, to ‘user communities,’ ‘lessons learned,’ enrollments and assessments.
Poster board size will be 8' wide by 4' tall. Your poster may be of any size smaller than these dimensions
For tips and guidelines for poster presentations and talks see:
Interactive Help on Poster Design (on Flikr)
For questions related to your abstract, please contact either:
Executive Director, CSUPERB
Program Administrator, CSUPERB
For questions related to the abstract submission, please contact:
Administrative Specialist, CSUPERB
(619) 594-1203 or (619) 594-2822