The Online Nucleic Acids Forum 2020

29 July 2020 10:00-16:00, London, United Kingdom


Introduction
The aim of this online meeting is to bring together the Nucleic Acids Research community to discuss new research at the chemistry-biology interface that involves the study of nucleic acids. The meeting is for all researchers, but is particularly aimed at new academic staff members, post-doctoral workers or PhD students who wish to communicate their latest findings.

This one-day online meeting consisting of short talks by younger scientists selected from the submitted abstracts and an poster session on Twitter starting from Monday 27th July 2020. The meeting is inclusive and covers all aspects of nucleic acids biology, chemistry, biophysics and synthetic biology, including both basic and more translational science.

REGISTRATION

This event is FREE  and registration can be performed following the link display on the top right-hand corner of this webpage

ABSTRACTS
Talk abstracts should be prepared using the Word document template (available to download from this page) and should be sent by email to m.di-antonio@imperial.ac.uk by Wednesday 8th July 2020.

 Accepted abstracts for short talks will be notified shortly after the deadline.

TWITTER POSTER SESSION
This will be open to all, there is no need to submit an abstract. The session will be part of an online format in the public domain, so think carefully about how you present your work.

To present your poster follow the steps below:
  1. Tweet your poster with a title, #NAF2020 #RSCPoster and relevant subject hashtag(s) as appropriate
  2. Discuss and engage – from Monday 27th July 2020; make sure to answer the questions from the community, committee and comment on other #NAF2020 #RSCPosters
  3. Be prepared to engage with your poster during the lunchtime poster session on Wednesday 29th July 2020
Win a prize if your #NAF2020 #RSCPoster and discussion is deemed the best!

 
Venue
The Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society of Chemistry, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly., London, W1J 0BA, United Kingdom

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