United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR) published in 2020 the report in Sources, Effects and Risks of Ionizing Radiation devoted to the Lung Cancer from Exposure To Radon.
ILMARI – Aerosol physics, chemistry and toxicology research unit at UEF, Department of Environmental and Biological Scientists. They carry out combined exposures (experience on eg. EMF plus combustion emissions).
This website is the hub for information related to European radioecological research, maintained by the European Radioecology Alliance.
European Radon Association (ERA) - improving awareness and reducing risk of radon exposure across Europe.
European NORM association (ENA) - Promote and advance radiation protection in the context of exposure to NORM by operating as a European platform and forum for discussion, dissemination and exchange of information, by supporting scientific knowledge and new directions...
Naturally-Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM) - radioactive materials which occur naturally and where human activities increase the exposure of people to ionising radiation.
Radon gas escapes easily from rocks and soils into the air and tends to concentrate in enclosed spaces, such as underground mines, houses, and other buildings.
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas. It has no smell, colour or taste. Radon is produced from the natural radioactive decay of uranium, which is found in all rocks and soil. Radon can also be found in water.
European Alliance for Medical Radiation Protection Research - Leading European research activities in medical radiation protection and harmonising clinical practice to advance the European radiation protection safety culture in medicine
Improving the effectiveness of current European, national and local approaches for preparedness concerning nuclear or radiological emergency response and recovery.