A new approach to radiation risk management for the benefit of science and society
EU member states, associated countries and the European Commission are implementing the European Basic Safety Standards Directive for radiation protection. The EU-funded RadoNorm project will focus on all radiation risk management cycle levels for radon exposure, as well as situations of exposure to naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM). The project intends to reduce scientific, technical and societal concerns by introducing research and technical developments, integrating education and training (E&T) and disseminating the results of the project through targeted actions to the public, stakeholders and related institutions. RadoNorm will direct research and development on all levels of the management cycle, combine biomedical and ecological research with mitigation development and social science research and bring together researchers from national radiation protection entities, universities and SMEs.
Field of science
- /social sciences/sociology/governance/crisis management
Call for proposal
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action