Centre for Environmental Radioactivity (CERAD)

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Our colleague Dr. Yuri Tsaturov passed away

Our colleague Dr. Yuri Tsaturov passed away

With sadness, we have been informed that Dr. Yuri Tsaturov, Roshydromet, passed away Thursday 8 April due to Covid.

Warm welcome to Hengyi Zhu

Warm welcome to Hengyi Zhu

Hengyi Zhu have started her PhD at CERAD in February. She will be working at the Isotope laboratory and focusing on the impacts of chronic ionizing irradiation on reproduction using C. elegans.

Natural radioactivity affects soil organisms

Natural radioactivity affects soil organisms

The degradation of last year's leaf fall by soil organisms is affected by natural radioactivity. CERAD researchers made this surprising discovery in a study at Gruveåsen near Ulefoss in Telemark

SFF 2013-2022

CERAD researches the harmful effects of radiation on organisms and the ecosystem as a whole, to improve the protection of people and environment.

From 2013, the Research Council of Norway has supported CERAD as a Centre of Excellence.

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