At this opportunity, you will find an interview to Prof. Dr. Akira Matsumura, Vice-President of the ISNCT. As usual, we invite you to meet us on our website, facebook, instagram, twitter and our youtube channel. You can also write to firstname.lastname@example.org or share your news through our contact form. We will be really happy to hear from you!
We suggest that you follow our youtube channel where a bunch of interviews to people of our community is being published. You will witness informal chats with people who have spent a lot of their time working for BNCT, telling us about their experience and their opinions. It’s a way to learn something new and to get to […]
The second Taiwan-Japan Neutron Capture Therapy Academic Conference of Elite (TJNCTACE) was held on 31 October 2020, in Taiwan. The congress was originally planned in March, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It took place in New Taipei City, the most populous city of Taiwan. Attendants from Taiwan gathered at the Tamkang University campus, […]
The Particle Therapy Co-Operative Group (PTCOG) was founded in 1985 and is a non-profit worldwide organization of scientists and professionals interested in proton, light ion and heavy charged particle radiotherapy. The mission of PTCOG is to promote science, technology and practical clinical application of particle therapy. PTCOG promotes education and global activities in the field of […]
Some of us had the privilege to attend the technical meeting on advances in boron neutron capture therapy organised by the International Atomic Energy Agency. Due to Covid-19, the meeting was held virtually between 27-31 July 2020. Over 100 participants across 20 countries joined this meeting to share their personal experience and expertise in aid […]
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