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E-posters guidelines

 E- Poster Presentation:

  • An E-poster is an electronic version/PDF of a poster presentation.
  • The registration fee with an electronic poster (E-poster) does not include attendance at the conference events.
  • The E-poster may include text, figures, charts, tables, images, and artwork but does not include any audio, video, web links, or animation
  • The presentation will be viewed along with other presentations in a loop. The slides will be changing in a fixed period but will also allow interactive viewing.

What is an E-poster?

  • The E-poster is a poster presented as a PDF presentation.
  • The E-poster presentations will be presented on a computer screen during the Congress and not on a regular poster board.
  • The E-poster system allows every delegate to see all E-poster presentations.
  • The E-poster system allows you to save a presentation on site either on disk-on-key or send it by Email.
  • The uploaded E-poster should contain the same title, order of authors, and affiliation details as the submitted abstract.

 E-poster Instructions:

  • To prepare your presentation please use PowerPoint 2013/2010 or earlier, and then save it as a PPT file.
  • Do not enable document encryption or password protection
  • All E-posters Presentations should be in 16:9 ratio (Vertical page layout)!
  • Images and animations: Avoid overlapping, animated objects or serial animations. Only the final view/status per slide will be visible as all uploaded presentations will be converted and published in PDF format.
  • Font type: Please use Times New Roman or Arial.
  • Font size: The font size should be 14pt or bigger
  • Images and tables:
    • You are welcome to use images and tables in your presentation
    • All graphs and tables must be embedded in your file and have titles
    • Avoid animated GIF files and be careful to respect copyright and personal anonymity with your images or photos
    • Do not insert or embed any videos in your presentation

Limitations: As the poster is treated as a single poster presentation you should not have additional slides – only one. The file size should not exceed 16 Megabytes.


  • Please do not include audio in your presentation
  • Do not include hyperlinks as there will be no internet access on the E-poster screens.

 What format should I use?

The presentation should be in landscape orientation with a screen ratio of 16:9. As an example, to adjust your slides orientation and ratio in PowerPoint 2007/2010 follow these steps:

  1. Select Design from the menu tab 2.
  2. Click on Page Setup and select On-Screen Show (16:9) as well as Landscape.

The font size depends on the default width and height that is selected according to the above settings. Different values might require a smaller/larger font size. The maximum allowed size is 80 x 45 cm.

All presentations must be forward to the conference secretariat no later than March 1, 2021, using this mail: bionat.congress@gmail.com

Please note: March 1, 2021, deadline is final, and any presentations arriving after this deadline will not be accepted and the abstract will be removed from the conference program. Adding a presentation at the conference will not be possible.



Accepted  E-posters of BioNat 6 (2019) :

Presenter Author Affiliation E-Poster Title Download
Monica E. Mitoi  Institute of Biology, Romanian Academy, Bucharest Plant callus culture – valuable source of stem cells and bioactive compounds Click here
Halima D Saiah University of Hassiba Ben Bouali, Algeria In vivo wound healing potential of Olea europaea L. leaves’ polyphenols Click here
Amal F Khorshid
Faculty of Pharmacy, Nahda University, New Beni-Swif, Egypt Novel chemically modified carbon paste sensor for potentiometric determination of Itopride hydrochloride in bulk, Ganaton, urine and human plasma Click here
Rehab F. Kasem Faculty of Oral & Dental Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt; Chemopreventive effect of Mentha piperita on dimethylbenz[a]anthracene and formaldehyde-induced tongue carcinogenesis in mice: Histological and immunohistochemical study Click here
Sherine W. M.  Abdelmissih Kasr Al-Ainy, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt  Is Na+/K+ ATPase the thread link between melatonin and corticosterone levels, modifying chronic stress-induced aggression in rats? Click here
 Maha A. Mohammed   National Organization for Drug Control & Research, Cairo, Egypt Phytoconstituents and biological activities of different extracts from Cordia africana lam. family Boragenaceae cultivated in Egypt Click here
Amal A. Badr


School of Science and Engineering, American University in Cairo, New Cairo 11835, Egypt Evaluation of standard culture-based method for the assessment of microalgal diversity in the river Nile Click here


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