Caractérisation de l’exposition aux radiofréquences (RF) induite par les ouveaux usages et les nouvelles technologies des systèmes de communications mobiles (CREST)
In the 1990’s, mobile phones were mainly used close to the head for voice calls. Much work has gone into characterising this kind of exposure. New technologies and devices, however, have lead to a rapid evaluation of uses, with phones, tablets, portable computers and other devices being used to surf the internet, download data and send text and video messages.
Low dose research towards multidisciplinary integration
Radiofrequency ElectroMagnetic fields exposure and BRAiN DevelopmenT from exposure assessment to dose-response assessment (REMBRANDT)
Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) from mobile phones, cordless phones, their base stations, and WiFi access points have developed into a nearly ubiquitous environmental exposure.
- Cardiovascular Risk from Exposure to Low-dose and Low-dose-rate Ionizing Radiation
- Epidemiological study to quantify risks for paediatric computerized tomography and to optimise doses
- Occupational exposures and brain tumours
- Generalized EMF research using novel methods. An integrated approach: from research to risk assessment and support to risk management.
Executive summaries of the Lessons Learned in ST1 and ST2 now available !
Lessons learned from living conditions and health status of populations
Lessons learned from dosimetric and health screening, evacuation and health surveillance
Fukushima, six years later