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Welcome to the New International Radiobiology Archive. We are working to help researchers generate new findings from the data and tissues accumulated from more than 200 radiobiology mega-studies performed in the 20th century. The application of new techniques and statistical methodologies to these archived materials promises to push forward the understanding of radiobiology while maximizing the value of irreplaceable experimental work that has already been funded and performed.

In order to understand these results, it is important that the original studies are well documented and accessible. This wiki serves as a registry meant to organize the documents, data, and tissues available from current and historic radiobiology experiments. It has been produced as a collaboration between the European Radiobiology Archives and The Woloschak Laboratory [1]. With the support of NASA and the US Department of Energy. We welcome contributors.

Our Goals

  • Scan original documentation
  • Wikify radiobiology sources so they can be accessed by study
  • Open these materials to the world
  • Draw together a group of active contributors.

How to Contribute

We welcome all sorts of contributors. Specifically you can:

  • Add your knowledge and references to this wiki
  • Send us your publications so we can post them
  • Send us your contact info so we can list you in association with a particular study.

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