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Exposure to Pulse-Modulated Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Affects Regional Cerebral Blood Flow

R. Huber, V. Treyer, J. Schuderer, T. Berthold, A. Buck, N. Kuster, H. P. Landolt and P. Achermann, European Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 21, Issue 4, pp. 1000–1006, February 2005

 

 
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25/01/2005

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A Numerical and Experimental Comparison of Human Head Phantoms for Compliance Testing of Mobile Telephone Equipment

Andreas Christ, Nicolas Chavannes, Neviana Nikoloski, Hans-Ulrich Gerber, Katja Pokovic, and Niels Kuster, Bioelectromagnetics, Vol. 26, Issue 2, pp. 125–137, February 2005

 

 
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25/01/2005

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Whole-Body Exposure to 2.45 GHz Electromagnetic Fields Does Not Alter Anxiety Responses in Rats: a Plus-Maze Study Including Test Validation

Brigitte Cosquer, Rodrigue Galani, Niels Kuster and Jean-Christophe Cassel, Behavioural Brain Research, Volume 156, Issue 1, pp. 65–74, January 2005

 

 
The Precautionary Principle in the Information Society. Effects of Pervasive Computing on Health and Enviroment
05/01/2005

The Precautionary Principle in the Information Society. Effects of Pervasive Computing on Health and Enviroment

Report of the Centre for Technology Assessment, TA 46e/2005 e, Lorenz Hilty, Siegfried Behrendt, Mathias Binswanger, Arend Bruinink, Lorenz Erdmann, Jürg Fröhlich, Andreas Köhler, Niels Kuster, Claudia Som, Felix Würtenberger, Bern, 2005

Pervasive Computing refers to visionary new ways of applying Information and
Communication Technologies (ICT) to our daily lives. It involves the miniaturisation
and embedding of microelectronics in non-ICT objects and wireless networking,
making computers ubiquitous in the world around us..