electromagnetic radiation

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Also joining them, all the way from Stockholm, was Professor Olle Johansson, who made a special visit from the Karolinska Institute in the Swedish capital, where he has established himself as one of the world's leading authorities on electro-magnetic radiation.
Now the President's Cancer Panel, set up by Barack Obama to research the possible links with nuclear and electro-magnetic radiation, has asked Eileen for her views on the issue.
There's enough electro-magnetic radiation here as it is.
The creatures are repelled by the electro-magnetic radiation emitted from radar installations, scientists at Aberdeen University have found.
Ewald, who was writing his doctoral dissertation in the year 1912, the title of which was, "On the Propagation of Electro-Magnetic Radiation in a Medium Consisting of a Regular Arrangement of Resonators.
Deployable trainers must be able to survive in corrosive salt-water environments and endure the electro-magnetic radiation that exists onboard ships.
If you use, or are giving a gift of, a mobile phone, you may want to try and neutralize the electro-magnetic radiation it emits.
The National Radiological Protection Board says that household appliances, such as vacuum cleaners and food mixers, send out enough electro-magnetic radiation to induce cancer, coronary artery disease, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease.
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