A new, full-size 2014 calendar showcasing all 4 national and 25 state first place winners and monthly radon awareness messages is now available from National Radon Program Services at Kansas State University.
Single copies will be sent to RadonLeaders.org members – simply email your name and mailing address to email@example.com.
Calendars will be mailed starting January 6th. Kansas State University appreciates the students, teachers and state radon program leaders that contributed over 4,000 entries to this contest!
The AARST 2014 International Radon Symposium welcomes the participation of members of the scientific and medical community, radon testers, diagnosticians, mitigators, educators, public policy leaders and business leaders as well as consumers, both nationally and internationally.
Abstracts: Your abstract should convey in 150 words or less, the essence of the intended presentation clearly indicating the contribution it will make. Abstracts will be screened by the AARST Editorial Board. Authors who are not experienced in writing abstracts should look at examples of abstracts from previous symposia and duplicate their format. These can be found on the AARST.org website. Abstracts which do not follow this accepted format will not be accepted.
Original research, on radon science, risk communication, public policy and business-related papers, are especially encouraged (but not limited to) the following areas with an emphasis on practical application: