Advances in Biomolecular NMR

35th Steenbock Symposium - Jun 26, 2011 to Jun 28, 2011
Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

Abstract Guidelines

Abstract deadline is May 15, 2011.
  1. All abstracts must be in PDF format (see instructions below)

  2. Please submit your PDF abstract as an email attachment and send it

  3. Please include your name and telephone number in the body of the email.

  4. If the PDF file is incorrectly formatted you will be contacted for resubmission. See instructions below.

  5. Submission of email attached word processing files, faxed and regular mail submissions cannot be processed and therefore will not be accepted.

  6. The abstracts will be printed, copied, and distributed to registrants. When ready, a pdf file of the final abstracts will also be available on this web site.

  7. No revisions will be accepted after May 15, 2011.

  8. Acknowledgment of an acceptable abstract will be issued by a return email.

Abstract Creation Instructions
  1. Use any word processing program.

  2. Use any computer platform that supports PDF creation.

  3. The abstract, including images, must be a maximum of one page.

  4. Use only 12 pt Times or 12 pt Times New Roman Font throughout the abstract. Do not make the title bigger and the references smaller.

  5. Set up margins of 1.5 inch (3.5 cm) throughout (top, bottom and sides).

  6. Single space the abstract text, with a double space between the title, authors, and text.

  7. Title of abstract must be bold and in upper and lower case, i.e. This is the Abstract Title.

  8. Authors’ names in upper and lower case, i.e. John Doe, Jane Anyone and Jack Somebody.

  9. Underline the presenting author’s name.

  10. Following authors’ names, please list departmental and institutional affiliation, city, state, zip code, and country.

  11. Reference citations can be in any accepted format.

  12. Save your abstract as a PDF file, name the file "the presenting author's last name.pdf", and make sure you use the correct settings.

  13. Correct settings can be found on the Adobe web site.