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Academic325,00 €
Non-academic500,00 €
Young Scientist165,00 €

New registrations for the virtual FEBS 2021 are now welcome!

  • Regular registration deadline: May 17, 2021
  • Online registration will be closed on July 6, 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:

  • Access to the online scientific programme  
  • Abstract handling
  • E-poster presenting opportunities ​
  • Online networking opportunities
  • Access to the online exhibition area
See the full Congress Terms and Conditions here.


FEBS Goodwill Grants

Update 24 May 2021
The FEBS Goodwill Grant scheme is now closed (the text below is retained for reference). The FEBS 2021 Congresss Secretariat, Dekon, have honored all eligible goodwill grant applications according to the banking details provided in each application. In case you experience any difficulty tracing your payment (especially institution accounts), please contact Dekon by sending an email to febs2021@dekongroup.com and they will be happy to assist you.   

FEBS Goodwill Grants are available for ’Academic’ and ‘Young Scientist’ registrations to the 45th FEBS Congress paid before 19 February 2021 (when the virtual conversion of the Congress was announced). Grants are not available for those who cancel their registration and receive a refund.

The values of the grants are as below:

  • €250 for ‘Academic’ registrations
  • €125 for ‘Young Scientist’ registrations not receiving a FEBS bursary for the event

Registrations in the Sprinzl scheme are not eligible for these grants as they already benefited from discounted registration fees. Note that FEBS bursary application outcomes are due to be notified on 7 April 2021, so FEBS bursary applicants should not apply for a FEBS Goodwill Grant unless they have been informed after this date that they have not been selected for a FEBS bursary.    

How to apply
From 1 March 2021, you will be able to revisit your 'Registration information' form under the 'Registration' tab when logged into this site and tick a box indicating you wish to apply for the FEBS Goodwill Grant; it will appear near the end of the form. You will be able to apply for the FEBS Goodwill Grant in this way until 19 April 2021.

The grant payments will be processed by Dekon on behalf of FEBS after 19 April 2021. All grant payments will be made via bank transfer and you will be contacted for your bank details shortly.

Neither FEBS nor DEKON have any liability for any bank charges an individual may incur from the FEBS Goodwill Grant payment and no claim can be made for this grant payment after the stated deadline. 



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