FEBS Press journals at the 42nd FEBS Congress
Join us at journal activities planned during the 42nd FEBS Congress to celebrate researcher achievements and for advice on article writing and publishing:
Find out which posters are selected for FEBS Press Poster Prizes
In recognition of the contribution of posters to the event, 'Poster of the Day' mini-prizes for outstanding posters at the 42nd FEBS Congress will be awarded by The FEBS Journal, FEBS Letters, Molecular Oncology and FEBS Open Bio. From a shortlist of posters chosen by journal editors on the basis of submitted abstracts, a panel of jurors will view the displayed posters and talk to the presenters. They will be looking for high-quality and exciting unpublished research presented in a clear and appealing manner. Gather at the FEBS stand at 14:45 on the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of the Congress for the announcement of winners. Daily winners, including those from Thursday, will go forward for consideration for overall poster prizes of €200 each, to be presented just before the Congress Closing Ceremony.
Meet the FEBS Journals Editors
Relax over a beer with FEBS Press Editors (including Editors-in-Chief) on Monday September 11th at 18:30 while discussing the latest publishing trends or how to submit your work to one of the journals.
Develop your manuscript writing skills and understanding of article publishing
The 'FEBS Special Session on Research and Career Skills − How to Write and Publish a Scientific Article' on Wednesday 13th September, starting at 9:00, has talks particularly targeted at early-careeer researchers, including one from The FEBS Journal Editor-in-Chief Prof. Seamus Martin. Later in the day at 18:30 there's a follow-up workshop where participants can discuss the topics covered in the morning's Special Session informally with members of the FEBS Press editorial staff. See the Congress website's program overview for more details.
Be inspired by the winners of the FEBS Letters Award and The FEBS Journal Richard Perham Prize
Join us to congratulate Jan Löwe (awarded FEBS Letters Award 2016 jointly with Kim Nasmyth) and Sebastian Bittner (awarded The FEBS Journal Richard Perham Prize 2017) and hear about their prizewinning work on Wednesday 13th September at 12:30. To read about the prizewinners, click here, and for details on their talks, see the Congress website's program overview.