Highlights of the day – Wednesday 5 November

Today is the last day of what has been an amazing Conference so far, full of exciting science and new encounters.

This morning’s sessions feature plenaries by Peter Vedsted and Elaine Mardis. Check out their abstracts or look up their biographies on the Conference app.

Make sure you join us early in the morning for the announcement of this year’s prize winners. And don’t miss the closing remarks where the winner of the Twitter competition will be announced.

If you haven’t yet looked at the retrospective exhibition about the last 10 years of the NCRI Conference , make sure you catch a glance of it on the ground floor.

All the press releases should now be available in the news section of the website. And you can review the past few days on Cancer Research UK blog here.

Highlights of the day – Tuesday 4 November

Today is the third day of the Conference and the second day of the poster presentations. Make sure you search abstracts and sessions on the app to plan your day.

Clinical oncologists will enjoy special sessions planned jointly with the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR), including the RCR Ross Prize for the best oral presentation.

Clinical Trial Showcases and plenaries by Luis Parada and Margaret Frame will be further highlights of the day. View their biographies. The celebratory talks, this year’s special sessions marking the 10th Conference, will reflect on past achievements and future opportunities. Today’s celebratory talks will be presented by Andrew Hughes, Karen Vousden and Tim Maughan.

Today is also the last day to interact with all the exhibitors and enter the passport competition. The exhibition hall will again be the central hub of the Conference with all breaks and poster sessions taking place there, as well as presentations of groundbreaking work and prize winning science in the Spotlight Theatre.

Tonight is the social highlight of the Conference: The Echo Arena welcomes us for the Conference Dinner. If you have yet to book your place, please note that a limited number of tickets are still available – come and speak to us at the payment desk.

Several press representatives should still be with us today – see the news section for the latest press releases about the science being presented.  Cancer Research UK is still blogging live from the Conference. Read more here.

Finally, don’t forget to share your Conference experience via Twitter, using #NCRI2014, and enter the competition. The search for the best tweet continues – and you don’t want to miss out on the chance to win an iTunes voucher.

Highlights of the day – Monday 3 November

After thought provoking plenary sessions yesterday afternoon, and a grand opening of the Exhibition Hall with the Wrexham Tenovus Sing with Us choir, today is the first of two days of poster presentations. Make sure you use the Conference app to browse the science presented.

Today’s highlights include plenary presentations by Peter Kuhn, William Breitbart, and Cancer Research UK’s Lifetime Achievement award winner Ron Laskey. Look at their biographies.

From 10.20 you can join the 10th Conference celebratory talks. Designed to reflect on past achievements and future opportunities, today’s talks will be led by Mike Richards, Michael Stratton and William R Sellers.

The Exhibition Hall will be the social hub of the Conference today: all meals and refreshments will be served there and the Spotlight Theatre will feature yet more informative sessions and prize winning science. And whether you want to check out the posters, network, recharge your phone or indeed hear about the latest initiatives, services and products from over 60 organisations, this is the place to be. The drinks reception from 19.00 will be a great opportunity to make new friends and reconnect with old ones.

The retrospective exhibition about the last ten years of the Conference on the ground floor will give you yet another opportunity to reflect.

Several press representatives have also confirmed attendance – see the news section for the latest press releases about the science being presented. Cancer Research UK is also blogging live from the Conference. Read more here.

Finally, don’t forget to share your Conference experience via Twitter, using #NCRI2014, and enter the competition. The search for the best tweet continues – and you don’t want to miss out on the chance to win an iTunes voucher.

Highlights of the day – Sunday 2 November

Welcome to Liverpool.

Today marks the opening of the 10th NCRI Cancer Conference. With almost 2,000 colleagues attending from close to 50 countries, this year’s event is also guaranteed to be a fantastic platform to form new collaborations. And with more research submitted than ever before, this milestone Conference promises to be one of the most thrilling yet.

Have you downloaded the Conference app? It is the quickest way to view the programme, search abstracts, make your own schedule, ask questions to plenary speakers, makenotes and network.

Today’s highlights include plenary sessions from Lewis Cantley, David Spiegelhalter and Louis Staudt. Check out their biographies.

Make sure you attend the opening reception in the exhibition hall from 18.00 to network and hear about the latest initiatives, services and products from over 60 organisations. Featured products and prize winning science will be presented in the new Spotlight Theatre; a light dinner and drinks will be served.

And don’t forget to check out the retrospective exhibition on the ground floor. It provides a snapshot of achievements over the last 10 years of the NCRI Cancer Conference. And an opportunity for you to share your views. You can also view it online.

Several press representatives have confirmed attendance – see the news section for the latest press releases about the science being presented. Cancer Research UK is blogging live from the Conference. Read more here.

And don’t forget to share your wow moments on twitter, using #NCRI2014 and enter our competition for the best tweet.