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august, 2022

RadoNorm at NORM X

10th International Symposium on Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM X) organized by the Dutch foundation Radiation Protection Symposium North-West Europe, under the auspices of the Dutch Society for Radiation Protection (NVS), in association with the...

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RadoNorm at RICOMET 2022

Several delegates from WP6 participated in the RICOMET 2022 conference, which concluded on 12.5.2022 in Utrecht, Netherlands. RadoNorm PhD student Sofie Apers was awarded a prize for the best method at the conference. She presented an innovative Design Thinking...

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Design Thinking Workshop in Slovenia

A Design Thinking workshop was conducted on 5.5.2022 in Slovenia by members of WP6. This was in order to gather information on the obstacles to radon remediation practices in dwellings in the Kočevje region. A key outcome of the workshop was that residents identified...

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RadoNorm at BIOPROTA

RadoNorm will be represented at the BIOPROTA Annual Meeting on 16-19 May 2022, by Laureline Fevrier from IRSN and Jordi Vives i Batlle from SCK CEN, both involved in WP2 of RadoNorm. BIOPROTA is an international collaborative forum designed to support resolution of...

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New scientific article on the perspectives of radon

A new scientific article, as a result of the RadoNorm project, was just published in International Journal of Public Health (Impact Factor: 3.38). The article “Cure or Carcinogen? A Framing Analysis of European Radon Spa Websites”, is written by WP6 members: Robbe...

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RadoNorm at CARST2022

RadoNorm was represented at the 11th Annual Radon Conference (CARST2022), April 20th – 23rd 2022, by the young scientist Ämilie Degenhardt-Erbe from the Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz. She represented WP3 with an oral presentation titled “Challenges of developing a...

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RadoNorm’s 1st trainings course in 2022 finished!

The two-weeks training course on ”Naturally occurring radionuclides – when and why its presence is considered in terms of radiation protection” organised by Silesian Centre for Environmental Radioactivity is already finished. After two weeks of exhaustive classes 15...

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PhD position open at HZDR

The Institute of Resource Ecology at HZDR, which performs research to protect humans and the environment from hazards caused by pollutants resulting from technical processes that produce energy and raw materials, invites applications as PhD Student (f/m/d) in the EU...

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