Albany 2001: The 12th Conversation
Abstracts: Requirements & Deadlines
Poster abstracts and abstracts of invited lectures are due on or before March 1, 2001. If you are requesting time to provide a lecture based on the poster, the abstracts must be received by February 1, 2001. If the abstract is not selected for lecture, it is understood that poster alone will be presented.
The abstracts of Albany 2001:The Twelfth Conversation will appear in the June 2001 issue of the J. Biomole. Struct. Dyn; if you do not have a copy of the Journal and want one, please email for a copy to: email@example.com . The abstract must not exceed one printed page in the Journal and must contain phone, fax and email numbers. The abstracts can be emailed as text file or attached document, MS word (Mac or PC). If your abstract contains diagrams (color or black & white), please attach these as eps, tif or jpg files. Do not include your diagram inside your MS word text.
We suggest to avoid certain items in preparing your abstract. We indicate this because of the limitations of current web browsers to display these items properly. For example, supersripts and subscripts are displayed correctly in internet explorer; however, in Netscape, line spacings are seriously affected when superscripts and subscripts are displayed. So do not use super- and subscripts, unless they are essential. For example 1Department of Chemistry can be replaced by (1) Department of Chemistry; items such as Ni++, Mg++ etc can be replaced by nickel and magnesium ions etc.
We request the scientists from Balkan Nations not to use the accents endemic to their language in making the abstract. These accents are very difficult to reproduce at the web. Further, they are lost in the email attachments. Please do not use them.
We are unable to process abstracts received on paper, either typed or faxed.