Fostering radiation literacy and HRKD to improve radiation safety culture

  • 1.5 Quantum interdisciplinary sciences(Life science, Mathematics, Particle physics, Space science, Astronomy, Quantum gravity, etc.)
  • 1.10 Educating the quantum generations
Takeshi Iimoto
Division for Environment, Health and Safety
This project aims to promote scientific literacy in the areas of radiation and radioactive materials. As a fundamental aspect of protecting the population and the environment from radiation risks, the process of improving "radiation safety culture" will lead to the development of human resources for the next generation.
STEAM education for radiation protection
Radiation protection research in Environmental Safety Management Study

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Research collaborators

Tokyo University of Sciences (TUS)
Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA)
National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology (GST)
Japan Radioisotope Association (JRIAS)

Related publications

Takeshi IIMOTO, Tomohisa KAKEFU, Rieko TAKAKI; Activities and Development for NS&T HRD Focusing on Secondary School Levels in Asia Pacific Region _Case of Japan; Journal of Radiation Emergency Medicine 8(1) 33-38 (2019)


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