Warm welcome to our new PhD student

Aleksander Sverdrup Aarsand is a new PhD student at CERAD/MINA and will be working on radon and naturally occurring radioactive material in drinking water. This PhD is part of the EU project RadoNorm that both MINA and Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (DSA) are part of. 

Aleksander received his MSc in chemistry and biotechnology in 2020 at Norwegian University of Life Sciences where his research focused on the toxicity of depleted uranium and uranium nanoparticles in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.

Aleksander Sverdrup Aarsand - a new PhD student at CERAD

Aleksander Sverdrup Aarsand - a new PhD student at CERAD

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Håkon Sparre

Published 14. March 2022 - 14:01 - Updated 14. March 2022 - 14:02