Are you working on research which would be of interest to emergency first responders? If so, we’d like to invite you to submit an abstract for our CBRNe World Convergence 2017 which is taking place in Indianapolis (November 6-8).

Our Convergence events have had paper and poster session for the past six years, which have provided insight from agencies such as: the Israeli Defence Force, DHS, Kings College London, TNO, ECBC, EPA, North Carolina State U, Brookhaven Labs, the Czech Institute of Microbiology and others.

This is the 10th year of CBRNe Convergence - the most important annual congress for the global CBRNE community.

The papers and posters featured at our events are read by policy makers and responders from over 40 countries. All those chosen to speak will receive free entry and accommodation for the duration of the conference and workshops. If you wish to submit a poster-only presentation, you will receive a 20% discount off government delegate rates.

Your abstract should be 250-500 words and needs to include:
• Background (purpose/objective/rationale of the research, relationship to other areas if any)
• Methods
• Preliminary results
• Preliminary conclusion
• Potential impact to mission/warfighter (if known)

All submissions will be assessed and if you are chosen as a speaker, you will be granted a 20 minute speaking slot and your paper will be accepted for publication within CBRNe World Magazine. If you only want to be considered for a poster submission, please mark this on your abstract.

Send all abstracts to: matt@fuseevents.org or gwyn.winfield@cbrneworld.com

Registration for the event is also now open: www.cbrneworld.com/convergence2017

 

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