Scientific or research abstracts show your original investigative work. A scientific abstract is much like an abstract you read in a journal, and uses traditional sections like background, methods and results.
Your best strategy in writing a title: Write the abstract first. Then pull out 6-10 key words or key phrases found in the abstract, and string them together into various titles. Brainstorm lots of keywords to help find the best mix. Use action words that concisely portrays the message of your project.
The title should be:
You often can include graphs and charts on a scientific abstract submission. Be careful: graphs and charts often count against the word count! Look for this in the call for proposals.