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X2012, snapshots days 3 and 4

July 5, 2012

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1] Erik Tielemans’ keynote “Advancements in occupational exposure modelling” 2] Mark Stenzel talking about exposure assessment in the GuLF Study 3] The Great Hall at the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh Advertisements

X2012, snapshots of days 1 and 2

July 4, 2012

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No text today, but several photos. Dr Melissa Friesen’s keynote 1 Inside the black board: advances in exposure assessment for                            population-based studies Professor Richard Wakeford’s keynote Reconstructing the Radiation Doses Received from the Fukushima                    Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station Accident Dr Melissa Friesen’s keynote 2

X2012 – day 1

July 2, 2012

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As promised, short notes on the X2012 conference. As (almost) everyone expected, it has been raining all day. That may be one of the reasons that the attendance this first day has been great, although I tend to think it is because of the scientific programme we have put together. Regardless, with nearly 330 attendees […]