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The Conference on Applied Radiation Metrology (CARM 2020)
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14/01/2020 to 16/01/2020
When: Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Where: National Physical Laboratory
Hampton Rd
London TW11 0LW
United Kingdom
Contact: Andrew Robinson
020 8943 7174

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CARM is the latest in a series of annual three-day conferences run by NPL for the nuclear metrology community, bringing together expertise from nuclear medicine, the nuclear industry and environmental monitoring. The first day of this workshop (14th January) is dedicated to nuclear medicine and how we can address practical measurement challenges to support nuclear medicine clinics (along the lines of the previous NPL radionuclide calibrators user forum and nuclear medicine metrology meetings).


We hope this first day of the conference will be attractive to the UK nuclear medicine community and that it will promote some interesting discussions. The agenda for the meeting is currently being finalised but will include three nuclear medicine sessions on 14th January focused on Radionuclide standards, calibration and production, Quantitative Imaging and Dosimetry.


Further information and details of registration and poster abstract submissions can be found at,


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