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Final call for Conference Postcards from Vienna

If you attended ISMB/ECCB 2011 and you’re planning to send PLoS Computational Biology a Conference Postcard then act now! We’ve heard from some of you but the deadline for submissions is August 2nd, and we want your perspective on the highlights of the conference, so email your Postcard to contribute[at]plos.org.

Please remember that your Conference Postcard should be between 800-1000 words, and should include:

o A synopsis of what was presented.

o Reasons why you think your chosen highlight is outstanding.

o How it related to the theme of the meeting.

o The impact it had on attendees.

o Additional references considered useful.

You can find full information regarding what is needed and who has given their agreement for their session/talk/workshop to be written about on the ISMB website: http://www.iscb.org/ismbeccb2011-program/plos-postcards.

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