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11/01/16

Annual national activity reports on non-ionizing radiation are published on...Read More >

Prof Siegal Sadetzki
08/12/15

 

On June 18th, 2015, the TNUDA center convened a specialized conference on the subject of decision-making in the field of non-ionizing radiation.  Stakeholders in this field were invited to the conference, held at the Holon Institute of Technology (HIT), and for the first time discussed the fundamental issues relating to the effect of communication technologies on various aspects of the lives of individuals and society:

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קרינה בלתי מייננת
26/10/15

Annual reports from a number of countries, including Israel, reviewing the range of activities related to non-ionizing radiation and health are published on the World Health Organization (WHO) website.

The following is a summary of activities related to non-ionizing radiation and health in Israel for the years 2013-2014, as they appear on the WHO website.

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26/10/15

 

On 29.12.2014 Israel's State Comptroller, Justice (Ret.) Joseph Haim Shapira, published a report on the audit conducted on local authorities in 2014.  Among other subjects, the report dealt with the way local authorities and private bodies operating educational institutions related to the issue of non-ionizing radiation in these institutions.

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אירוע השקת אתר תנודע
26/10/15

 

The website of TNUDA, the Israeli National Information Center for Non-Ionizing Radiation, was launched on September 16th, 2014.  This site serves as the 'showcase' and main channel of communication between the Center and its target audiences.

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מחקר SCAMP
21/10/15

The British Ministry of Health commissioned a study named SCAMP (The Study of Cognition, Adolescents and Mobile Phones) to determine whether mobile phones affect cognitive and behavioral development of adolescents. The study population will comprise about 2500 schoolchildren aged 11-12.  It is estimated that most children of that age in Britain own mobile phones.  Over a period of three years the researchers will collect data on how the adolescents use the phones and the amount of use.  At the end of this period they will assess the effect of the use of mobile phones on the cognitive functions (such as memory and attention) of the adolescents.

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