Invitation to Submit Posters and Talk Proposals for the CLEAR Symposium

Dear CER colleagues,
We are excited to announce that the Chemistry Laboratory: Evaluation, Assessment, and Research Symposium (CLEAR Symposium) is scheduled for Thursday, 4th May 2023. We want to invite you to register for this free virtual symposium. Additionally, all interested individuals are invited to submit a poster for the event.

The CLEAR Symposium aims to bring together researchers, academics, and industry professionals to share their latest findings and explore new chemistry laboratory evaluation, assessment, and research trends. In addition, the symposium provides an excellent opportunity for you to present your work, connect with peers, and learn about the latest research around the chemistry laboratory.
To register:

Additionally, all interested individuals are invited to submit a poster/talk for the event. We invite you to submit either or both:

1. A poster proposal - on any research, assessment or evaluation on the chemistry laboratory.

1. A talk proposal- that aligns with the symposium's talk theme of "Accessibility and Inclusion in the lab."
The poster submission deadline is 31st March, and the registration deadline is 27th April. If your proposal is accepted, you will be provided with further instructions on how to prepare your presentation.

NOTE: If you wish to submit a poster or talk, please choose the appropriate option on the registration site. Talks will be selected based off the Theme and will last approximately 15 minutes. Posters will be presented electronically in the hour before the conference and/or the hour after (depending on the presenter's preference based on timezone). Posters will be hosted electronically, and participants will be able to discuss posters with the presenter. Poster files (in .jpg and pdf format) should be submitted by 27th April to

We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at the CLEAR Symposium.

Best regards,
CLEAR Symposium Co-Chair/Organizing Committee
Nikita Burrows
Alexandra Yeung
Andreas Nehring