Step 1 – Voting: All conference attendees are granted the option to voluntarily participate in voting. They may select and rank up to three posters that they deem to be the most outstanding.
Step 2 – Preliminary Tally: Conference volunteers will collate and analyze the received votes to produce a shortlist of the top 3-5 candidates for the Best Poster Awards. The specific number of shortlisted candidates is contingent upon the final budget allocated for the awards.
Step 3 – Award Confirmation: The Conference Organizing Committee will review the shortlist to officially confirm the awardees. Once confirmed, the winners of the Best Poster Awards will be publicly announced.
Step 4 – Award Incentives: The confirmed awardees will receive a monetary prize along with partial reimbursement for travel expenses. The monetary reward will be disbursed by the Conference Organizing Committee. Further, the committee will facilitate networking opportunities between the awardees and relevant stakeholders at Shuimu BioSciences (水木未来). The most exceptional awardee will also receive high-end microscope time for free cryo-EM data collection from Shuimu.
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