The conference program is shown below using Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). However, it may be more useful to look at a program shown in one of the representative time zones. Suggested times to participate in each time zone are highlighted in these programs.
The main difference between Live and Repeat sessions is that the speakers will only be present for questions and discussion during the Live sessions. Discussion during the Live sessions will be recorded and available during the Repeat sessions.
If you are looking for additional timing information, including non-technical events like Focus Group, CRS leadership, Journal editorial board and other meetings, visit the CRS Time Calculator. This site will also calculate event timing for any time zone that you choose.
There will be four technical session blocks, each featuring six technical sessions on cutting-edge controlled-release research.
1. Participate in the meeting live. Listen to plenary lectures, participate in technical sessions, virtually visit exhibitor booths and fully engage in the meeting
2. Participate in the repeat meeting. Take part in the meeting a few hours later, if more convenient for your time zone
3. Participate in the meeting on-demand. All plenary and technical sessions will be recorded and available to you anytime so you can pick the ones that interest you most.