CERAD provides scientific knowledge and tools for better protection of people and environment from harmful effects of radiation.
CERAD uranium nanoparticle research was recently featured as the CAMECA calendar image for July 2022
CERAD participated in research coordination meeting of the new IAEA project
CERAD scientists have been able to generate the first synchrotron-based X-ray map of the whole body of a nematode in pristine conditions, at such a high resolution that contaminants could be detected at the individual cell level.
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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