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14/12/2015 - Excellent new video and slide resources on RF and health

A really excellent presentation by Dr Devra Davis

This is well worth watching - lots of well-presented up-to-date information. On 30th November 2015, the Dean's Lecture at the University of Melbourne was given by Professor Devra Davis based around the question "What are the health effects of mobile phones and wireless radiation?". Epidemiologist and electromagnetic radiation health-effects expert, Dr Davis, outlines the evolution of the mobile phone and smartphone and provides a background to the current 19 year old radiation safety standards (SAR), policy developments and international legislation.

New global studies on the health consequences of mobile/wireless radiation are presented, including those regarding children's exposure and risks.

Wireless Technology & Public Health Forum - October 2015 - presentations now available


In 2015 Dr Joel M. Moskowitz helped organize the International Scientist Appeal (EMFScientist.org) signed by more than 200 EMF scientists and consulted on the Berkeley cell phone "right to know" ordinance.


  • Joel Moskowitz, PhD
    - Wireless Phone Radiation Risks and Public Health Policy
  • Martin Pall, PhD
    - How Wireless Devices Cause Cell Harm: Voltage-Gate Calcium Channels
  • Suruchi Chandra, MD
    - Environmental Factors in Autism and EMF Radiation
  • Peter Sullivan
    - The Autism Puzzle: Reducing Digital Overload in a Wireless Era
  • Toril Jelter, MD
    - Health Effects of Non-Ionizing Radiation in Children
  • Victoria Dunckley, MD
    - Electronic Screen Syndrome: The Overstimulated Child
  • Katie Singer
    - Electronics in Our Ecosystem: EMF Effects on Wildlife, Birds and Bees

Links to PDFs of slides and videos of the presentations are now available.

Professor Dariusz Leszczynski at Melbourne University, 11th December 2015


Mobile Phone Radiation and Blood-Brain Barrier Effects on Human Endothelium.

For those who want more scientific detail, Professor Leszczynski's talk presents some important and challenging insights into possible mechanisms of interaction.

A PDF of Dariusz's slides can now be downloaded.