Early bird registration fee is €135 and it includes the two days scientific symposium, the career day, and the gala dinner. There still many travel grants available –kindly supported by FEBS, IUBMB, and the conference sponsors– of €300 for European and €600 for overseas applicants.
On top of those, HDBMB –the Croatian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology– has launched a new travel grant program for young HDBMB members who want to attend the FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE conference and is offering five travel grants of €300 each to Croatian young scientists. Besides, IUBMB, as part of its African initiative, will offer five travel grants of $1,500 each for African trainees of any nationality to go to FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE.
Additionally, all accepted abstracts will have the opportunity to get published in a supplement of FEBS Open Bio, one of the FEBS Press journals, and will be included individually in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index published by Web of Science. Finally, there are many networking activities already planned for the participants, such as a city tour and visit to the Science Museum on 15th November, or pub talks in different bars around Seville city centre on 16th November. To know more about these please read the recent post published in FEBS Network.