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The 65th Annual Radiobioassay and Radiochemical Measurements Conference* (RRMC) is a continuation of an informal conference that has a long history. The 65th conference is postponed in 2021 given current travel restrictions related to Covid-19, both for non-essential travel for Scientists at some US government agencies and contractors and for some non-US citizens.  New dates will be announced shortly for 2022.  The RRMC has a prestigious history of providing a scientific forum for professionals to present and discuss their work advancing technologies for detecting, measuring, and analyzing radioactive materials. Since its inception as a meeting place for the advancement of radioassay measurements, the RRMC has grown to include all analytical methodologies for the detection and measurement of radionuclides across a wide spectrum of industries and sample matrices.
* Over the past 60 plus years, the conference has also been known as the Annual Bioassay and Analytical Chemistry Conference, the Annual Conference on Bioassay, Analytical, and Environmental Radiochemistry (BAER), and the Annual Radiochemical Measurements Conference.


Hotel COVID-19 Special Precautions

The Sheraton Hotel has RRMC's safety as one of its top priorities.  Please review the three attachments which outline their safety plan during our meeting.

Experience Clean_Hotel COVID-19 Actions Handout_Sheraton Atlanta.pdf

Group word COVID19 Prevention + Preparedness_HEI Letterhead.pdf

Sheraton Atlanta Coronavirus Preparedness Plan 03.05.2020.pdf



Get in touch with RRMC to learn more about the conference and how you can get involved.

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