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New registrations for FEBS 2021 (and completion of unfinished registrations) will be welcome from 1 October 2020. Please check back on this page ahead of that date for the latest information and applicable registration fees.


For registrations completed ahead of the event postponement

The Academic, Non-academic, Young Scientist and Accompanying person early registration fees were 500€, 700€, 250€ and 120€, respectively (including local VAT at 20%). Registrations completed (i.e. with payment) before the event postponement have rolled over to remain valid for the new dates of the 45th FEBS Congress in 2021.

Academic: Scientists employed by academic, research or scientific organizations.

Non-academic: Non-academic / industry delegates.

Young scientist: Up to 35 years of age (at time of registration payment), except if studies were started later, or were delayed by maternity leave (18 months per child), prolonged illness or other personal reasons; a scanned copy of ID showing date of birth (and any additional supporting docs for over 35s with special circumstances) is to be provided during registration.

Registration Fee for Participants includes:

  • Admission to all scientific sessions
  • Entrance to poster & exhibition area
  • Lunches and coffee breaks
  • Name badge, and program booklet if requested
  • Congress bag
  • Invitation to Welcome Reception
  • Ljubljana bus pass, supported by Ljubljana Municipality, valid during the Congress

Registration Fee for Accompanying Persons includes:

  • Invitation to Welcome Reception
  • Ljubljana bus pass, supported by Ljubljana Municipality, valid during the Congress

Travel and accommodation costs are not covered by the registration fee. 

See the full Congress Terms and Conditions here.


  • Updated Congress Abstract Submission Deadline
    March 4, 2021
  • Early Registration Deadline
    March 4, 2021
  • Regular Registration Deadline
    June 22, 2021
  • Closing times: 23:59 (UTC+01:00)

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