Poster presentation

Best Poster Award on BioTech 2020


The price for the winners was supported by the Journal fo Antibiotics.

The members of the Best Poster Award Committee selected 3 best posters focusing on pharmaceutical or medical topics presented by students.


1) Ing. Kateřina Brodsky



2) Ing. Milada Šolcová/Suková

Application of nanopore sequencing methods for the detection of antibiotic resistance genes in food


3) Ing. Nikola Vrzáčková

Glutamine depletion may contribute to the therapy of solid tumors


Congratulations to the winners!!!

All registered participants can submit a poster for the conference. As long as criteria of scientific and formal quality are met, contributions to the poster session are open to any biotechnology research topic beyond the main scope of the lectures.

Instructions for the preparation of poster presentation for the virtual conference will be issued soon.

Please note that due to conference postponing and transformation into virtual event, you can modify your abstracts until April 30, 2021. Abstract editing can be accessed via your registration, or you can contact us at


Abstracts are uploaded in the registration system, Section 2. Contribution and Abstract.
The abstract text should not exceed 300 words. Use the menu of the submission frame to introduce special characters and formatting (e.g. Greek letters, sub/superscripts). Citations may be added in the format: [1] or [2,3] or [1–3]. Examples of reference formatting are given below. The number of references should be kept to a minimum. Do not supply tables, figures, photographs or schemes. The abstract may be divided into paragraphs. E-mail address of the presenting author should be supplied together with his/her affiliation. Do not submit e-mail addresses of other co-authors.
1.    Darmostuk M., Rimpelova S., Gbelcova H., Ruml T. Current approaches in SELEX: An update to aptamer selection technology. Biotech. Adv. 2015, 33(6) 1141-1161.    
2.    Hola K., Markova Z., Zoppellaro G., Tucek J., Zboril R. Tailored functionalization of iron oxide nanoparticles for MRI, drug delivery, magnetic separation and immobilization of biosubstances. Biotech. Adv. in press (DOI: 10.1016/j.biotechadv.2015.02.003).