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Cores - Finnish Consortium for Radiation Safety Research

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Cores is a consortium established by Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) and nine Finnish universities or research institutes. The purpose of Cores is to coordinate and strenghten the radiation safety research in Finland. At present Cores has 12 members.

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National Programme for Radiation Safety Research

This report (STUK-A262) provides an update on the national radiation safety research programme and the activities of Cores, giving more detail on radiation safety research carried out by the consortium members.

To the report (

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Osion etusivun tekstinosto Cores Aims

Aims of Cores

Cores, Finnish Consortium for Radiation Safety Research, is strengthening the cooperation between research institutions and universities.

Osion etusivun tekstinosto Cores European collaboration

European collaboration

European research platforms are indispensable to the scientific basis of the radiation safety and research funding.

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Members of Cores

The members of Cores are: Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Aalto University, Lappeenranta University of Technology, University of Eastern Finland, University of Helsinki, University of Jyväskylä, University of Oulu, University of Tampere, University of Turku and Åbo Akademi University.

Osion etusivun tekstinosto Cores Executive Board

Cores Executive Board

Cores is administered by Executive Board, where all Cores member organisations are represented.

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More information

The Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority is responsible for the general coordination of the Cores consortium.