Tissue Engineering Today

London, London
Wednesday, 05 June 2013

The venue for this event is The Royal College of Pathologists

 2 Carlton House Terrace is the home of the Royal College of Pathologists, a professional membership organisation, concerned with all matters relating to the science and practice of pathology.

Carlton House Terrace was constructed largely between 1826  and 1829 and it remains the property of the Queen.   Its balconies overlook the Mall in central London where Buckingham palace stands.

This is a Euroscicon Small Conference,  an outline of the day can be found at 

The Deadline for abstract submissions for oral presentation is March 10th 2013

Abstracts for poster presentation only can be submitted up to two weeks before the event

Please note that there will be a best poster prize.

Notes about Submission

1. Abstract submission is only available to those working in academic or R&D institutions, if you are from a sponsoring company and would like to present your work please contact sales@euroscicon.com

2. Before you submit an abstract you must register for the meeting

3. Abstracts should have a clear title.

4. Abstracts which contain statements such as "studies will be completed prior to presentation", will not be accepted.

5. Tables and Figures are not accepted in an abstract.

6. You must supply the email address of the corresponding author.

7. You must state which meeting your abstract is being submitted for.

8. Selection of abstracts for presentation will be based on scientific merit and interest.

9. All abstracts must be received by 17.00 on deadline date. Abstracts received after the deadline will NOT be accepted.

10. You should receive information as to whether your abstract has been accepted for presentation at least 3 weeks before the event will take place. If you have not heard please email abstracts@euroscicon.com

Abstract Style

    • Please type your abstract in 10 point helvetica or a similar sans serif typeface.
    • The title should appear first, in capitals and centred.
    • All authors should be listed, initials followed by surname and centred.
    • The presenting author should be underlined.
    • The full postal addresses of the presenting author should then follow, in italics, and centred.
    • If the presenting author is not the corresponding author, the corresponding authors details should then be given
    • Abstracts can be no greater than 1 page of A4
    • Abstracts must be sent as a word attachment (the title of the document should be the authors name and the date of the meeting) to abstracts@euroscicon.com with the authors name and the date of the meeting in the subject line

You can download the instructions for authors at 


Contact Details

Payment Instructions

  • For enquiries regarding payment email:  accounts@euroscicon.com

    You can pay by - Credit card, Cheque, Purchase Order or Bank transfer.
    Payment must be received prior to the meeting

    Credit card
    You can pay during your online registration using your credit card. The information taken will be by secure server and we use Worldpay and PayPal for our credit card transactions. We always prefer debit cards for transactions, but can also take credit cards and American Express. Using this mode of payment you can guarantee that your fee has reached us prior to the conference and you will be listed as registered

    Cheque Payment
    Cheques should be made payable to Euroscicon and mailed (together with a print out of the invoice which will be available at the end of the registration process).  After registration you will be emailed details of where to send your cheque.

    Purchase Order

    Please input your Purchase Order number in the box provided once you have selected your mode of payment and an invoice will be sent to you accordingly

    Bank transfer
    Clients organizing bank transfers from non-UK banks will need to pay an additional administration fee of £15.00. Please ensure that you add this fee onto your payment to ensure successful registration.  
    After registration you will be emailed details of where transfer your money.

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