Centre for Environmental Radioactivity (CERAD CoE) will provide new scientific knowledge and tools for better protection of people and the environment from harmful effects of radiation.
Cato Christian Szacinski Wendel, Dept. of Plant and Environmental Sciences, will defend his PhD thesis ”Source identification of Pu and 236U deposited on Norwegian territories” on 20th September 2013
An epigenetic seminar was held at NRPA August 19 to all interested CERAD members. In addition to CERAD partners, invited speakers from Oslo Universitetssykehus and the University of Oslo was present. Program and presentations can be found here.
Two CERAD workshops will be held at NRPA (August 26th) and NIVA (September 2nd) to discuss concepts of radioactivity, UV, risk assessment and benefit-cost models. The workshops are organized by the RA4 leaders, Astrid Liland and Knut-Erik Tollefsen, and are open to all interested CERAD participants.
A 5 ECTS MSc/PhD course in Environmental Radiobiology will be held June 24-28. The course is organized by UMB and Stockholm University, supported by the EU projects DoReMi and STAR. The course is arranged by the Isotopelaboratory/UMB and the lectures will be held at the SKP building at UMB.
I dag ble kontrakten for NMBUs nye Senter for Fremragende Forskning formelt undertegnet. Senteret tar mål av seg til å bli verdensledende innen radioaktiv forskning
The unique low level gamma radiation facility where dose effects studies induced by external gamma radiation can be studied has been upgraded and was reopened in december 2012