Booth ActivitiesOperation of Exhibits and Conduct
SfN reserves the right to restrict exhibits that become objectionable due to sound, method of operation, materials, content, or any other reason, and prohibit or evict any exhibit that, in the opinion of Exhibit Management, may detract from the general character of the exhibits as a whole. This reservation includes persons, things, conduct, printed matter, food and beverages, or anything of a character Exhibit Management determines is objectionable to the exhibit. In the event of such restriction or eviction, the Society is not liable for any refunds or rentals of other exhibit expenses.
Sales & Order-Taking / Seller's Permit
Sales and order-taking are permitted, provided that all transactions are conducted in a manner consistent with the professional nature of the exhibits. Exhibitors selling tangible goods must meet requirements of the District of Columbia Office of Tax and Revenue.
Photo and Video Release
SfN is committed to honoring the rights of copyright owners and the respectful sharing of scientific research and data. Attendees at SfN-sponsored scientific meetings or events are expected to adhere to this policy. In response to a changing culture, SfN will now permit photography and recording during scientific meetings and events within the boundaries discussed in the following policy.
Do not store anything of value in crates going into storage. Professional security guard service will be provided for the perimeter of the exposition (not booths) on an around-the-clock basis beginning with the first day of move-in and continuing through move-out. The Society for Neuroscience, Walter E. Washington Convention Center and The Expo Group are not responsible for loss or damage to exhibitor property. Exhibitors wanting to stay past the published times for move-in will need to hire security for their booth.
Parking at the Convention Center