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Focused meetings at our residential venue in Buckinghamshire following a scientific discussion meeting in London.
The Royal Society holds several satellite meetings each year at the Royal Society at Chicheley Hall, home of the Kavli Royal Society International Centre.
These meetings follow on immediately from a scientific discussion meeting at the Royal Society at Carlton House Terrace, London and attendance may be by invitation only.
The conferences are held over two days. They are held at a tranquil retreat in a stunning Georgian house which encourages intense discussion and networking.
Delegates have the opportunity to listen to presentations from top experts in their fields and to participate in discussion sessions.
A proposal for a satellite meeting can be made as part of a proposal for a scientific discussion meeting.
Scientific discussion meetingsConferences for 200-300 scientists, held in central London.
Theo Murphy international scientific meetingsMeetings for 60-90 scientists at our residential venue in Buckinghamshire.
Satellite meetingsFocused meetings at our residential venue in Buckinghamshire following a scientific discussion meeting in London.
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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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