Abstract Submission Guidelines

 
IMPORTANT DATES & INFORMATION
  • Call for Abstracts - November 7, 2023
  • Deadline for Call for abstract - only posters - April 9, 2024 (23:59 CET)
  • Submission of an abstract is not equivalent to registration. Payment of the registration fee can be done after the evaluation has been completed.
  • If you have submitted your work before 18 February and have registered, pay the participation (early) fee after you have received your work evaluation
  • Deadline for Abstracts evaluation - April 12, 2024 (NEW DEADLINE!)
  • Notification to Authors - untill April 18, 2024 (NEW DEADLINE!)
  • Presenter’s whose work wil be accepted have to register to the congress - untill April 26, 2024 (NEW DEADLINE!)




The International Scientific Committee of the International Congress on Natural Products Research will select papers on the base of these abstracts.

Please find below the list of topics and consider submitting an abstract for evaluation.
  1. Marine organisms, fungi, microbes and plants as chemical factories
  2. Cutting edge technologies in natural product drug discovery, formulation and development
  3. Natural products in the era of emerging infectious diseases
  4. Medicinal natural products: from bench to bedside
  5. Natural product research and the challenges of climate change – ecological and environmental solutions
  6. Biotransformation and biosynthesis of natural products
  7. Total synthesis and biomimetic synthesis of natural products
  8. Genetic engineering of food crops and medicinal plants
  9. Natural cosmetics, nutraceuticals, and food supplements
  10. Regulation for the use of natural products in food and drugs
  11. Medicinal Plants and Natural Products in Animal Healthcare and Veterinary Medicine

General Guidelines – Terms & Conditions - for the Main Conference
  • Abstracts must be original and must not have been published or presented at any other conference.
  • Abstracts must be submitted in English using exclusively the on-line system of the Congress web page once live (Abstract submission).
  • Abstracts submitted via fax or any other means will not be accepted.

Abstract Content Details (PLEASE FOLLOW THE GUIDANCE AND THE TEMPLATE) - submitted files that do not follow the TEMPLATE will be rejected
 
  • The accepted abstracts will be published in a Phytochemistry Letters Special Conference Issue devoted to the International Congress on Natural Products Research
  • Authors are allowed to submit & present up to 2 abstracts (including short lecture & poster) with one registration.
  • Abstract should be submitted via online by March 19, 2024
  • Abstract can be no more than 250 words
  • Use short and simple sentences
  • Be sure to include keywords (no more than 5)
  • Authors may further edit and modify submitted abstracts until the submission deadline
  • Please ensure that the Abstract text is fully proofread and free of typographical and grammatical errors
  • No corrections will be possible after the submission deadline
  • The authors will have been informed of acceptance of abstracts until March 30, 2024
  • Should the abstract be accepted, the author is required to register for the Congress before April 15, 2024

Please note:
  • If your abstract includes any tables and/or figures, they must comply with the current data protection regulations. In particular, please ensure that all images do not contain any personal data.
  • In cases where recognizable persons are depicted, the consent of the respective person is mandatory for publication.
  • Your abstract, including any tables and figures, must be free of exclusive third-party usage rights.

Abstract Submission
The confirmation of Abstract Submission will be automatically sent to the submitter, corresponding author and a presenting author by e-mail upon completion of online submission. This letter is not an acceptance notification but a notification of your submission details. It is the responsibility of each individual to verify the acknowledgements and carefully review the submitted abstract(s), noting that in some cases during the submission process, characters become illegible.