The Centre for Environmental Radioactivity (CERAD) will provide new scientific knowledge and tools for better protection of people and environment from harmful effects of radiation
Et fagseminar til ære for Brit Salbu, i anledning hennes 70 års dag, ble arrangert denne uken.
CERAD PhD student Yevgeniya Tomkiv was one of the talented science communicators who participated in the Researcher Grand Prix on September 26th.
CERAD offers intensive courses in Radioecology (5 ECTS) and Experimental Radioecology (10 ECTS). The courses run in parallel over 3 weeks from January 10th to January 26th, 2018 at NMBU (Campus Aas), 30 min by train south of Oslo.
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
Read more about CERAD
CERAD Annual Reports
Jorunn Hestenes Larsen - Head of administration
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