Poster Guidelines and Templates
2017 Feed the Future Legume Innovation Lab
Grain Legume Research Conference
13 to 18 August 2017, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
All Feed the Future Legume Innovation Lab scientists and collaborators whose abstracts have been accepted for presentation during oral or poster sessions at the 2017 Feed the Future Legume Innovation Lab Grain Legume Research Conference in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 13 to 18 August 2017, should review the contents of this page for detailed information on their presentations, including guidelines and templates for both oral and poster presentations to facilitate their organization and setup.
Call for Abstracts
NOTE: Abstract Submissions Closed
All Feed the Future Legume Innovation Lab scientists and collaborators are invited to prepare and to submit abstracts for presentation during oral or poster sessions at the 2017 Feed the Future Legume Innovation Lab Grain Legume Research Conference in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 13 to 18 August 2017. Presentations should focus on research conducted under the Feed the Future Legume Innovation Lab, including advances in technology development, improvements in management practices, new knowledge generated, and evidence of developmental impacts from outputs of grain legume research. Since this is the final conference of the 2013-2017 Legume Innovation Lab program, the goal is to showcase the research achievements of the international community of LIL scientists and to consider how the research outputs can potentially improve the livelihoods and nutrition of smallholder grain legume farmers, value chain stakeholders, and consumers in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America.
Guidelines and Templates
Posters should be either A0 size (metric) or 36” wide by 48” tall (US). Portrait style should be used for printing (poster is taller than it is wide). The templates below, which contain the appropriate logos for Feed the Future Legume Innovation Lab funded research, may be used. If you wish to use a different design template, please make sure to acknowledge the funders and use the logos.
Note that there are several options (2 or 3 columns, 2 color choices for each) among the poster templates, four for US sizing and four for metric sizing.Metric (A0)
US (36” x 48”)
The Legume Innovation Lab has prepared a PowerPoint file containing guidance on the style and content of effective posters, for those interested: Conference_Poster_Guidelines_2017.pdf
Oral Presentation Guidelines and Templates
Guidelines and templates for oral presentations will be available by 1 July 2017.
See the LIL Conference website for regularly updated information on the conference.