CERAD provides scientific knowledge and tools for better protection of people and environment from harmful effects of radiation.
Our PhD student Magnus Ulimoen published a new paper "Comparing model skills for deterministic versus ensemble dispersion modelling: The Fukushima Daiichi NPP accident as a case study"
Our PhD student Elisabeth Rødland has developed a new method for the quantification of tire and polymer-modified bitumen particles in environmental samples by pyrolysis gas chromatography mass spectroscopy
NEA’s RAD/CHEM Topical groups are working together to advance the use of AOPs in radiation research and regulations. Please answer a quick survey to help us!
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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