Special Issue "Biological and Health Effects of Low Level Non-Ionising Electromagnetic Fields"
A special issue of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (ISSN 1660-4601).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2016) | Viewed by 43311
2. AMALNA Consulting, Melbourne, VIC 3193, Australia
Interests: bioelectromagnetism; molecular modeling; signal processing; resonances; electromagnetic radiation
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Our environment is saturated with electromagnetic radiation from different sources including natural (Earth and Sun electromagnetic fields) and man-made (power lines, radio, TV, mobile phones, radars, electrical equipment) radiation. These radiations have enormous differences in power and frequency and, consequently, can have different, both adverse and beneficial, effects on biological systems and human health. Although high power and ionising radiation adverse effects are much more understood, the biological effects of low level, non-ionising electromagnetic radiation are not well identified and understood despite considerable research already being done.
For this Special Issue we invite submissions that examine both adverse and beneficial influence of low level non-ionising electromagnetic radiation on biological systems from biological tissue, molecules, and whole organism including health effects.
Prof. Dr. Irena Cosic
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- Electromagnetic fields and public health
- Influence of electromagnetic radiation to human body
- Biological effects of electromagnetic radiation to tissue, cells and molecules
- Biomolecular electronics
- Electromagnetc basis of molecular interactions
- Bioelectrical impedance
- Electrical properties of accupuncture
- Cell and tissue electromagnetic properties