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
Remember the ecosystem experiments? Tanya Helena Hevrøy is one of the scientist behind this exciting research and a star of our recurrent column this month.
Annual conferences have become a good tradition in CERAD. This year’s conference was held at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters on 8th-9th of February.
The man behind the Norwegian Zebrafish Platform, Peter Aleström, continues our CERAD Faces series
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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