Biotweeps is a science communication project which features a different biologist every week. The first Biotweeps Twitter Conference, #BTCon17, brought together 60 presenters from 12 countries, from across the biological sciences. The conference was extremely successful, engaging 1,200 people and with an estimated global audience of 22 million people (see our Nature Communications article, here).
The second Biotweeps Twitter Conference (BTCon18), was split over two days between the 21-22 of June, 2018. It featured invited presenters as well as plenty of presentations selected from submitted abstracts.
The entire conference has been saved as a series of Twitter moments, all of which can be found, below. You can also check out the schedule and all abstracts in the site menu, above.
The Conference in Moments
Click the link to open the Moment.
#BTCon18 was a global event bringing together researchers from across the biological sciences to share and discuss their research with an audience many times larger and more diverse than that found at traditional scientific conferences.
#BTCon18 took place on the 21-22 of June 2018. The programme consisted of presentations from invited experts, as well as those from people who successfully submitted abstracts. Presentations were be scheduled in one of three time-zone regions each day:
Session 1: 1700 - 2100 BIOT (British Indian Ocean Time; GMT +6; CST +12)
Session 2: 1700 - 2100 GMT (Greenwich Meridian Time; BIOT -6; CST +6)
Session 3: 1700 - 2100 CST (Central Standard Time; GMT -6; BIOT -12)
The conference hasdnine broad themes - one per session, per day.
Health / disease
Molecular / Micro
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