The ACEBR is a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Centre of Excellence, 2013-17.
With the epidemic developments of mobile technologies and ever-growing mobile phone subscriptions world-wide, the electromagnetic energy (EME) that powers this technology is now widespread, as is community concern about the possibility of associated health effects. Responding to this concern, the ACEBR will embark on a multidisciplinary 5-year research program to address the most pressing radiofrequency (RF) radiation exposure questions to better protect the health of the Australian community.
Science and Wireless
The ACEBR hosts an annual forum called Science and Wireless. This event brings the community together with academia, industry and government, to discuss and debate important public health issues from electromagnetic field exposure.
Science and Wireless 2015 forum presentations, hosted at RMIT University:
- Are RF exposure limits appropriate for adverse environmental conditions and the wearing of protective clothing? (PDF 583KB) - presented by Andrew Wood, Swinburne University of Technology
- Mechanisims underlying the influence of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields on brain activity (PDF 641KB) - presented by Sarah Loughran, University of Woolongong
- Cell permeability induced by 18GHz electromagnetic field (PDF 1.3MB) - presented by Elena Ivanova, Swinburne University of Technology
- Biological effects of low level electromagnetic radiation on proteins and cells: Modelling and experimental evaluation (PDF 624KB) - presented by Vuk Vojisavljevic, RMIT University
- Does long-term exposure to mobile telephone-type radiofrequency fields constitute a non-pharmacological theraperutic intervention strategy for treatment/prevention of alzheimer's disease? (PDF 831KB) - presented by John Finnie , University of Adelaide
- Modulation of mechanosensitive channel activity by magnetic fields (PDF 694KB) - presented by Boris Martinac, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute
- Molecular responses of proteins and cell membranes to electromagnetic radiation (PDF 1.0MB) - presented by Nevena Todorova, RMIT University
- Key developments in international RF safety programs (PDF 272KB) - presented by Rodney Croft, ACEBR Director
- Keynote: New international developments in RF bioeffect mechanism research (PDF 1.6MB) - presented by Bernard Veyret, iMS France
Video highlights from previous events can be seen at: