Science and Wireless 2018 | Wednesday, 28th November

The Australian Centre for Electromagnetic Bioeffects Research is hosting this year’s Science and Wireless event at the Innovation Campus, University of Wollongong.

WHEN:    Wednesday 28th November, 4:00 – 8:00pm
WHERE:  Ocean & City Room, Level 2, IC Central, Building 230
                    Innovation Campus, University of Wollongong
                    Squires Way, North Wollongong NSW 2500

RSVP: If you would like to attend please register by Monday 12th November, by downloading the registration form and sending it back to acebr-info@uow.edu.au

This year’s event will include the introduction of the ‘New ACEBR Research Program’, as well as presentations on Electroma​gnetic Hypersensitivity and the new 5G telecommunications technology. The keynote address will focus on ‘RF EMF Exposure Assessment in Europe’ and will be given by Dr Peter Gajsek (Institute of Non-Ionizing Radiation, Slovenia). A panel discussion will follow to allow opportunity for questions and exchange.

​For a PDF of the program and more information on the event please visit ACEBR’s website. Note that attendance is free.

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4 Responses to Science and Wireless 2018 | Wednesday, 28th November

  1. Anonymous says:

    The names on this program read like a Wireless telecommunications industry Mafia.
    No need to attend because their message will be that all these wonderful products are safe being within ARPANSA’s standard and that if anyone’s having any problems, it’s all of their own making.

  2. anonymous says:

    Isn’t Rodney Croft that psychologist who, according to a SMH article which I will leave the link to below, told people mobiles appear to be “very safe”? Psychologists just don’t know enough about medicine to be making such a declaration. Also, it is well known that the research in psychology has a very low reproducibility rate so much of it is unreliable (I will leave a link for this also).
    https://www.smh.com.au/national/mobile-phones-are-very-safe-says-expert-20091116-ihhi.html
    https://www.nature.com/news/over-half-of-psychology-studies-fail-reproducibility-test-1.18248

  3. Anonymous says:

    Undoubtedly, these presentations will contain a surfeit of spin. Let’s hope that there are people attending who are able to ask pertinent questions.

  4. Andrew Samman says:

    Despite the last meeting I attended at Wollongong, I will attend this one.

    I will be driving up, may have one or two empty seats in my vehicle for Victorians wanting to attend this meeting.

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