Abstract Submission Best Practices
Attune® NxT Acoustic Cytometry Grant Program
The following are a few best practices to keep in mind when submitting your abstract for consideration by the judging panel for the Attune® NxT Acoustic Cytometry Grant Program.
- The Attune® NxT Acoustic Cytometry Grant Program online grant application form accepts abstracts only. Please do not attempt to send additional data or attachments with your abstract.
- The abstract length is 1,000 words or fewer. References need not be included.
- In the abstract, describe your research project in detail, including how acoustic cytometry will be used in achieving the project’s goals. Include specific Molecular Probes® reagents to be used, if any.
- Do not include names of scientists or institutions involved with the research project in the abstract. This is to ensure full impartiality by the judges.
- Proofread your abstract before you submit it to ensure that it is free of major spelling and grammatical errors and complies with American English language standards.
- Do not use special characters or symbols in the abstract. Use the English word equivalent in place of characters or symbols (for example, use ‘beta’ instead of ‘β’).
- Make sure to read and review the Terms and Conditions to ensure you qualify to enter the grant program. Please accept the Terms and Conditions if all apply.
The Attune® NxT Acoustic Cytometry Grant Program aims to reward and enable important research by providing vital funding for scientists pursuing innovative experiments to advance scientific understanding.
Send any questions regarding submissions or the grant program to email@example.com.
Thank you and best of luck!