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NERIS Webinar on Chernobyl wildfires

NERIS Webinar on Chernobyl wildfires

CERAD is hosting NERIS webinar on Chernobyl wildfires. Join us on May 28th at 15:00 CET

Areas around Chernobyl can get a new life

Areas around Chernobyl can get a new life

Authorities are considering easing restrictions on the areas most severely affected by the Chernobyl accident. It may provide great financial opportunities for those who still live there, but residents are not sure if it is a good idea.

Warm welcome to our new PhD student

Warm welcome to our new PhD student

Mila Pelkonen have started her PhD at CERAD in March. She will be working on radionuclide speciation and dynamic terrestrial ecosystem transfer at the Isotope laboratory.

CERAD CoE 2013-2022

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.

Following the international mid-term evaluation, the Research Council of Norway has decided to fund CERAD until 2022.

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