The 7th International Conference on radiation in varies field of research was held in Herceg Novi, Montenegro from 10 to 14 June 2019, chaired by Prof. Dr. Goran Ristic from the University of Nis, Serbia.

RAD is an event where NCRRP employees always participate with pleasure, because there is an exchange of information and ideas between colleagues and friends from different countries.

Interest in the scientific forum was high and the number of participants exceeded 300 people from 40 countries, China, Japan, Brazil incl. The program included 23 scientific sessions with papers and posters. Special sessions were provided on radiobiology, radiation protection, radiation measurement, radon and toron, radiation effects, radiation in medicine, environmental chemistry, etc.

As guest speakers were invited specialists from different fields. The “Atmospheric deposition of radionuclides – assessment based on passive moss biomonitoring presented” presented by M. Frontasyeva; Kr. Gopčević introduced “Matrix metalloproteinases: From structure to function”, and I. Belyaev with “Towards ELF magnetic fields for the treatment of cancer” etc.

The conference was attended by the NCRRP representatives of a project funded by NSF on ”Establishment a risk assessment model from radon in buildings with public access from the long-term social implication”: Assoc. Prof. Kremena Ivanova, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nina Chobanova and physicist Bistra Kunovska.

Our participants presented three scientific reports on the following topics:

• Sample design for radon concentration investigation in Bulgarian caves.
• Radon risk communication program for public buildings.
• The sampling frames definition of buildings with public access for radon concentration surveys.

The interest in the forum and its high scientific value were confirmed by the participation of scientists and researchers from different countries.

The hospitable hosts and organizers and the beautiful Herceg Novi turned the conference into an unforgettable event.

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