Laboratory Briefs

Radon Researchers To Share Results The boom in research on indoor levels of radon has spawned a new government-funded publication. Radon Research Notes will be published three times a year at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, under the auspices of DOE's Office of Health and Environmental Research and its radon research program. "The journal is intended to foster an exchange of information within the research community and provide scientific input into the development of radon policy," says Gloria

The Scientist Staff
May 27, 1990

Radon Researchers To Share Results
The boom in research on indoor levels of radon has spawned a new government-funded publication. Radon Research Notes will be published three times a year at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, under the auspices of DOE's Office of Health and Environmental Research and its radon research program. "The journal is intended to foster an exchange of information within the research community and provide scientific input into the development of radon policy," says Gloria Caton, its managing editor. RRN will announce new publications and meetings, as well as running summaries of relevant symposia. Regular columns will report research by DOE labs and those at other federally funded organizations, along with the work of scientists from nations of the European Community. Topics covered by the journal will range from such technical considerations as the standardization of international radon measurement technologies to such broad issues as the mechanisms of...

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