Call for papers
A selection of presented papers will be published in AgBioForum

Call for papers 

The Organizing Committee of GMCC-13 invites proposals for selected papers to be presented at the conference. Proposals should observe the following procedures:

. Abstracts must be written exclusively in English; 
. The abstract title must be short and informative with a maximum of 150 characters (including spaces), using capital letter;
. The abstract body should not exceed the 1500 characters including spaces;
. The abstract should give a clear idea of the line of reasoning in the paper and the main conclusions made. Abstracts should not include equations, diagrams, footnotes, or parenthetical references, but may include numbers;
. Abstracts must be submitted exclusively online. 
. The abstract submission will only be valid if an immediate confirmation e-mail is sent to the correspondent author e-mail. If you do not receive this e-mail please contact the Executive Secretariat through or +351 22 8348940;
. The new deadline for submission is April 30, 2013 (up to 23h59 GMT time);
. Each abstract will be subject to a peer review by the Scientific Advisory Committee; selected abstracts will be invited to submit a full paper to be published in the proceedings;
. If your abstract is accepted, either as an oral presentation or poster, at least one of the authors must register, attend the conference, and present the paper;
. Notification about acceptance/rejection will be sent from June 15, 2013. If you do not receive any news by this date please contact the Executive Secretariat.

Areas of interest include: 

Themes of plenary sessions will be expanded in parallel sessions, intended to cover the following topics:

1.1. Coexistence at farm and landscape level
1.2. Constraints and opportunities of coexistence in agro-biodiversity based systems
1.3. Coexistence in forestry crops
1.4. Weed herbicide resistance: old and new issues for coexistence
1.5. Pollen and seed mediated gene flow research and predictive modeling
2.1. Segregation in food supply chain before and after GM crops
2.2. Segregation in feed supply chain
2.3. Detection of authorized and non-authorized events
2.4. LLP and other coexistence costs
2.5. Cartagena Protocol and Nagoya_Kuala Lumpur SP
3.1. GM pipeline of new events, crops and target markets
3.2. Regulatory implications of developments in trait discovery and biotechnology techniques
3.3. Regulation and deregulation of events
4.1. Innovation perception, communication and decision making
5.1. Capacity building

Important info:

· NEW Deadline for submission of abstracts: April 30, 2013;

· Abstracts must be submitted using the online submission system 

· Corresponding authors will be notified of their abstract acceptance by June 15, 2013;

· Full papers must be submitted by September 30, 2013, in order to be presented.





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