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Experimental Biology 2003 meets in San Diego April 11-15

Pressroom Information

Pressroom Hours:

Press Releases and Briefings
Pressroom briefings begin at 1 pm on Saturday and end at 4 pm on Monday. Press kits will be issued along with programs and abstract books upon registration. All EB releases have embargoed information, pertaining to time of pressroom presentation or scientific session, whichever comes first.

An area in the pressroom will be designated for news releases provided by institutions or exhibitors and must be about presentations at the meeting.

Pressroom Policies and Guidelines
EB 2003 is open to media representing print, electronic, online, general interest, trade, and medical publishing companies.

To register as press, a journalist must present media identification or a business card issued by a news organization. Media must register at the "Registration Information" Desk in Exhibit Hall A of the San Diego Convention Center. Media can register during the following hours:

Freelance journalists must present a letter of assignment from a news organization and a business card.

Registered journalists must wear press badges when attending the meeting and when covering EB-sponsored events. All of the scientific sessions as well as receptions are open to the press.

Camera crews must register all members of the crew and wear badges.


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Contact: Sarah Goodwin
eb3press@bellsouth.net
770-270-0989
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
6-Dec-2002


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