Leszczynski’s presentation at FELO Conference in Oslo now available on Youtube

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Youtube carries now my presentation at FELO Conference in Oslo, Norway on March 28, 2014 is now available in full, not only slides (DL presentation FELO, Oslo, March 2014) but now also audio and video. I would like to extend … Continue reading

• “Nothing New Under the Sky” – the new WHO Research Agenda

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  WHO has released  2010 Research Agenda for Radiofrequency Fields (http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2010/9789241599948_eng.pdf). It is new but, to my great disappointment, there is nothing new. The opinion, as expected is very much influenced by the ICNIRP. Out of the 19 experts who … Continue reading

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• New commentary published in peer-review journal

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  Peer-reviewed journal “HEALTH RESEARCH POLICY and SYSTEMS”  (HARPS) has published a commentary on mobile phones, from Dariusz Leszczynski and Zhengping Xu: “Mobile Phone Radiation Health Risk Controversy: the reliability and sufficiency of science behind the safety standards.” The abstract and … Continue reading

• We need to continue research on the effects of mobile phone radiation

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On January 8th, 2010, the major Finnish newspaper, “Helsingin sanomat“, has published as a “front page” guest editorial (vieraskyna/pääkirjoitus) my text concerning the need for further research on the effects of the mobile phone radiation. The original text (in Finnish) can … Continue reading

• Washington conference and US Senate hearing on mobile phones and health

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updated October 5th, 2009 For many years Europe has led the way in mobile phone research because the funding was available there. In the present situation of scientific uncertainty in this area, research community is hoping that US would get … Continue reading

• Thermal or Non-Thermal: That is the Question

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This blog was posted previously on 8.06.2009 on http://www.stuk.fi/ When in year 2000 I began to attend the bioelectromagnetics scientific meetings I noticed that if someone commented that “the observed effects might be of thermal nature” this was the most … Continue reading