How to get the most out of CRYO2020 – A Guide for Delegates has been released. This information will help prepare you for your live session and help you get the most of our your virtual meeting experience.
The CRYO2020 event app, Whova, which contains all recorded presentation content, is now live.
All registered delegates should have received a download email. If you have not received this please check your spam folder and then contact us.
All oral and poster presentations are due July 6. Please see the upload page for more information.
If you are an oral or poster presenting author make sure you follow all the steps on the presenting author checklist to ensure your CRYO2020 participation is as straightforward as possible.
Final Abstract Submission is now open.
The deadline to submit the final version of your abstract is Monday June 15, 2020.
Presenting authors please see the instructions for oral and poster presentations.
Due to current global events the CRYO2020 program committee has added a special session on vaccine and diagnostic stabilisation. More information to follow soon.
Registration for CRYO2020 Virtual is now open. Please see the registration page for pricing and to register.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION TO REOPEN
For a limited time only abstract submission is re-opening to allow authors who would have been unable to travel to Chicago the opportunity to take part in the meeting now that it is fully digital.
Abstracts Close May 31, 2020. No further extensions are available.
Virtual Meeting FAQ Live
Questions about how the virtual meeting will work?
Check out the Virtual Meeting FAQ.
ABOUT THE SOCIETY FOR CRYOBIOLOGY
Society for Cryobiology members are at the forefront of the world’s most exciting research. They are leading the charge to solve the problem of human organ storage for transplantation; at the forefront of human fertility and reproductive medicine; securing the world’s food resource through long term genetic preservation of agriculturally important species and crops; and protecting and preserving the world’s endangered flora and fauna.
We are world leaders in low temperature biology research. Come and join us.