Abstract Submission

Guidelines for flash-talk abstract submission

MicroEco2021 conference will provide the opportunity for young scientists and students to present their work in flash-talk sessions, which will nurture fruitful discussions and future collaborations.

The flash-talk sessions will consist of short, up to 5 minutes, pre-recorded presentations, after which we will make our best to open virtual discussion rooms, enabling participants to discuss the presented studies.

Awards for best student flash-talks will be granted!


Abstracts should be written in English and limited to 250 words

Abstracts should include a concise title, list of authors and their affiliation

Select one or two topics from the following list under which your abstract would fit best:

Microbial Interactions in laboratory and natural environments

Microbial metabolism and cell biology shaping interactions

Host-microbe interactions

Chemical communication

Diversity, dynamics and succession of microbial communities

Harnessing microbes for environmental remediation and sustainable energy production

Microbial ecology in extreme environments

Life styles, adaptation and evolution in changing environments

Deadline for submission: March 18th, 2021

For questions please contact MicroEco2020@gmail.com



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Flash- talk abstract submission deadline

March 18, 2021


  • Noa Barak-Gavish
  • Daniella Gat
  • Elisa Korenblum
  • Keren Yanuka-Golub 

Weizmann Institute of Science



  • The Lorry I. Lokey Research School of Biochemical Science | FGS
  • The Ekard Research School of Biological Science | FGS
  • The Solo Dwek and Maurizio Dwek Research School of Chemical Science | FGS
  • Faculty of Chemistry | WIS
  • The de Botton Center for Marine Science | WIS
  • Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences | WIS
  • Faculty of Biochemistry | WIS
  • Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences | WIS
  • Azrieli Institute for Systems Biology | WIS
  • Sustainability and Energy Research Initiative (SAERI)
  • International Society for Microbial Ecology (ISME)
  • The Knell Family Center for Microbiology