Centre for Environmental Radioactivity (CERAD)

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Cow's milk is still contaminated in a Chernobyl-affected area in Ukraine

The article "Current radiological situation in areas of Ukraine contaminated by the Chernobyl accident: Part 1. Human dietary exposure to Caesium-137 and possible mitigation measures" has recently been published by our colleagues from Ukrainian Institute of Agricultural Radiology.

Prize winners: Erlend Skraastad (f.v), Ying Cheng, Henriette Cecilie Jodal, visepresident Christer Mjåset, president Marit Hermansen, Christina Søyland Hassfjell, Erlend Rønningen og Cecilie Piene Schrøder.

Prize awarded by the Norwegian Medical Association

On May 29th 2018, the Norwegian Medical Association has awarded its prize for preventive medicine to Christina Søyland Hassfjell, a former senior researcher at CERAD

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CERAD CoE will develop an ecosystem based scientific approach to help protect people and the environment from ionizing radiation, with a programme of targeted focused long term research

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