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Here you can find out about upcoming events and view photo galleries of past events. Some events may allow for online registration and the ticket purchase. Click the event name to view more details.
Upcoming Events

23 September 2020

BNMS Virtual Autumn Meeting 2020 - Available until 23 October 2020

22 October 2020


24 October 2020


04 November 2020

04/11/2020 » 05/11/2020
Location: Oswestry    Time: 8:00 AM

05 November 2020


09 November 2020


23 November 2020


16 March 2021

SRP's 2020 Annual Conference
16/03/2021 » 18/03/2021
Location: Bournemouth   
16th European Molecular Imaging Meeting – EMIM 2021
16/03/2021 » 19/03/2021
Location: Goettingen   

18 March 2021

BIR Annual Radiotherapy and Oncology meeting
18/03/2021 » 19/03/2021
Location: London   

19 March 2021

6th Theranostics World Congress
19/03/2021 » 21/03/2021
Location: Santiago   
2020 World Heart and Cardiothoracic Surgery Conference
19/03/2021 » 20/03/2021
Location: Bangkok   
2020 World Heart and Cardiothoracic Surgery Conference

23 April 2021

3rd Nijmegen Prostate Cancer Prospects
23/04/2021 » 24/04/2021
Location: Nijmegen   
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