ABSTRACT SUBMISSION PERIOD: August 1, 2014 - December 1, 2014 at 12:00 noon JST, 3:00 UTC/GMT August 1, 2014 - December 10, 2014 at 17:00 JST, 8:00 UTC/GMT
Abstract Submission Instructions
All abstracts must be submitted online. To save time, you should prepare your abstract offline in MS Word format or in text file format. You may either copy and paste or type the abstract directly into the submission site. A first author or a presenting author is required to register on the web site to create a user account and password.
Once your registration is completed, you are to receive the registration number, which is necessary, each time you submit an abstract. When you submit an abstract, you will receive an ID number. The ID number is given to each abstract.
Each abstract should contain: (1) an introductory sentence indicating the purpose(s) of the study: (2) a brief description of pertinent experimental procedures; (3) a summary of the new, unpublished data; (4) a statement of the conclusions.
You are allotted 2,000 characters without spaces for the body of your abstract. Titles, authors and institutions are not included in the 2,000 characters. You can insert a table. Your table will be counted as 600 characters.
Be sure to check all of your entries thoroughly before you complete the submission, and make sure you retain the ID number you receive upon completion.
You are to select either an oral presentation or a poster presentation, however, the final selection of the presentation style is to be determined by the Scientific Committee.
If you are 40 years old or younger, you are entitled to apply for Young Investigators’ Award.
RRS MEMBERS Please note: You will not be able to submit an abstract until you have received your Registration Number from RRS Member Services. Please allow 24 hours to receive. If you have not received your number, and registered more than 24 hours ago, please contact Keshia Kailey at 1.877.216.1919 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Life Sciences
- DNA Damage
- DNA Repair
- DNA Damage responses
- Radiation Response Modifier
- Chromatin Structure
- Targeted/Non-targeted Effects
- Whole Genome Analysis
4. Non-ionizing Radiation, Environmental Stressors
- Non-ionizing Radiation
- Environmental Stressors
- Combined Effect of Radiation and Chemicals
- Oxidative Damage
- Space Radiation
5. Health Physics, Radiation Protection Science
- Dose Rate Effects
- Radiation Protection
- Environmental Radiation
- Biological Dosimetry
- Radiation and Society
6. Chemistry, Radiation Chemistry and Radiation Processes
- Recent Progress in Radiation Chemistry
- New Pulse Radiolysis Systems
- Application of Radiation Chemistry for Advanced Materials
- Radiation Physics and Chemistry in Nanolithography and Fabrication
- Radiation Chemistry of Exotic Particles
- Radiation Chemistry of DNA and Biological Materials
- Dosimetry in Radiation Chemistry, Radiobiology and Radiation Therapy
- Radiation Chemistry and Radiochemistry in Nuclear Technologies
- Recent Progress in Accelerator Development
- Recent Progress in Imaging Technology