BRSF Biosciences Research
Support Foundation

Guideline for Submission of Abstract

The abstract should be of 250-350 words, with up to six (6) keywords, and should briefly describe the Aim, Materials and Methods, Results and Conclusion. Telephone number of the corresponding author (identified by placing an asterisk by the surname) should also be indicated. Please download the Abstract Submission Template for more details. Abstracts should be submitted as electronic file copy (e-mail attachment) to not later than 30th October, 2017.

Any submitted abstract(s) will be reviewed within 48 hours by the BRSF Scientific Advisory and Peer Review Board, followed by an email notification to the corresponding author as to whether accepted or rejected. Once accepted, the abstract will be assigned a presentation number. A detailed program of event including the presentation schedules will be available in due course by email.

Publishing in the Proceedings of ICBR 2016

For participants wishing to publish the full length paper(s) of their presentation in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Biosciences Research 2016 (PICBR 2016), an electronic copy of the manuscript/full papers of accepted abstracts should also be sent as an attachment to on or before 1st October, 2017. Please download the Manuscript Submission Template for more details. The types of articles that will be considered include case studies, reviews, as well as theoretical and empirical research. All submitted manuscripts are peer reviewed, and decisions about a manuscript are based only on the importance, originality, clarity, and contribution of the submission to knowledge in the conference scope. Manuscripts that do not conform to the recommended manuscript submission format and deadline will be rejected.


"We are at the very beginning of time for the human race. It is not unreasonable that we grapple with problems. But there are tens of thousands of years in the future. Our responsibility is to do what we can, learn what we can, improve the solutions, and pass them on."
- Richard P. Feynman