Radioecology is a highly multidisciplinary scientific discipline situated at the crossroads between environmental radioactivity, whether natural or man-made, and its consequences on both, man and the environment. It deals with radioactivity as a stressor requiring risk assessment, but also as a tracer of biogeochemical and ecological processes.
With nearly 1000 registered members from 58 countries currently, IUR represents an authoritative source of information on all aspects of radioecology.
|Past, present and future of Radioecology: Questions to the President of the IUR|
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The IUR provides the opportunity for Active Members of an annual individual subscription to the electronic version of the JER, at a very preferential rate of 22 euros (30 dollars) per year (thanks to a Memorandum of Understanding signed on 11-28 April 2008 by Nicolette van Dijk, in quality of Publisher of JENR, and François Bréchignac, in quality of President of… Read more >>
[ The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies from 25th May 2018 ]
Dear IUR Member, First of all, thank you for being a member of IUR, thank you for supporting IUR's work for radioecology, thanks for the regular renewal of your membership fee and for taking part in various activities and spreading radioecology’s information. Without you, we wouldn't be nearly as effective in disseminating radioecology results and studies and contributing to… Read more >>
[ 19 June 2018, at Stratos Center, Oslo, Norway ]
As previously announced, the XXXXth General Assembly of IUR will be held during the 7th International Conference on Radioactivity in the Arctic and other Vulnerable Environments, on June 19th 2018, at the Stratos Center, Youngstorget 2A, 12th floor of the Folketeateret building, starting at 5:00 p.m. The provisional programme will include as usual the following: • Report… Read more >>
On 2 May 2018 passed away an outstanding scientist, vice-president of the International Union of Radioecology, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Rudolf Mikhailovich Alexakhin. Rudolf Alexakhin was born on 15 December, 1936 in Moscow Region. In 1959, he graduated from the Biology and Soil Faculty of Moscow State University. He worked at the Department of Biophysics of this… Read more >>
[ September 27-28, 2018 - Gomel, Belarus ]
Institute of Radiobiology of NAS of Belarus to announce the International Scientific Conference "RADIOBIOLOGY: CURRENT ISSUES". The Conference will take place in Institute of RadiobiologyGomel, Republic of Belarus, 27-28 September 2018. For more details http://www.iur-uir.org/en/conferences/id-108-international-scientific-conference-radiobiology-current-issues- Read more >>