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The Royal Society's scientific meetings are an exceptional opportunity for UK scientists to present an interdisciplinary international two-day conference.
Any UK scientist or engineer is eligible to submit a proposal. If successful, you will be the scientific organiser of the meeting, and the Royal Society staff will handle all administration of the meeting, so you can focus on ensuring the quality of the science presented is of the highest possible calibre.
Conferences for 200-300 scientists, held in central London.
Meetings for 60-90 scientists at our residential venue in Buckinghamshire.
Focused meetings at our residential venue in Buckinghamshire following a scientific discussion meeting in London.
“It was a very pleasant environment permitting a relaxed meeting. Having plenty of time for discussion was much appreciated by the participants.”
Professor Paul O'Brien, University of Leicester, Organiser of New windows on transients across the Universe discussion meeting, 2012
“[the meeting was] a real landmark in progress forward. One we will all remember.”
Professor Bill Martin, Heinrich Heine University, Organiser of Energy transduction and genome function - an evolutionary synthesis discussion meeting, 2012
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Most of our talks are free and open to the public.
We host major conferences for leading scientists.
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