Report from the Science and Wireless 2015 event in Australia

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update 23.02.2016: German language translation of the Report from Science & Wireless 2015 in Australia is available here: http://www.stiftung-pandora.eu/archiv/2016/bericht-von-der-science-and-wireless-2015.html ***************** Report from the SCIENCE & WIRELESS 2015 prepared for the Pandora Foundation and for the Kompetenzinitiative by Dariusz Leszczynski, PhD, … Continue reading

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Leszczynski to participate in the ‘Science & Wireless 2015’ in Melbourne, Australia

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I will be, yet again, participating in the Australian ‘Science & Wireless‘ event, to be held on December 8th, 2015 at RMIT in Melbourne. The very interesting program of this event includes such renowned speakers as, among others, Rodney Croft, … Continue reading

The GameChanger: revision of dosimetry by Schmid & Kuster

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… this post is open for comments … In the spring of 1999, while I was still working as an Assistant Professor at the Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital, I took part in the planning meeting of … Continue reading

Days 4 & 5 of the BioEM2014: some new ideas and many old attitudes

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…social media sharing buttons are at the end of the post… The fourth day of BioEM2014 had a very interesting plenary lecture on “Staying in Shape: Membrane Voltage as a Master Regulator of Tissue Shape during Regeneration” presented by Wendy … Continue reading

Day 3 of BioEM2014: Thermal or non-thermal… or… unimportant…

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…social media sharing buttons are at the end of the post… This day is traditionally short, because this one afternoon is at every meeting reserved for free time sightseeing. However, this does not mean that the day was uneventful. Just … Continue reading

Australia: AMTA quotes Repacholi’s guest blog on BRHP

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With some delay, on August 12, 2013, Australian AMTA has published news about guest blog of Mike Repacholi that was published on my science blog site BRHP earlier this year.   AMTA’s text, not surprisingly, is very self-serving for the industry. … Continue reading