Biological effects of electromagnetic fields: archive of EMF-Net research results 2004-2008 now available
EMF-NET is a FP6 Coordination Action that ran from 2004 to 2008, aimed at providing a framework for the coordination of the results of research activities related to the biological effects of electromagnetic fields, also considering potential risks related to exposure in working environments (occupational exposure).
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EMF-Net's achievements (newsletter, publications, reports and EFRT documents) are now available in a dedicated section of this web site.
The EMF-NET Consortium involved 41 participants, including all the coordinators of the EC (FP5) projects, coordinators of research projects at European national level (Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, UK), and representatives of other EC and international activities, such as EC COST ACTION 281 and the WHO EMF project, associations of industries and manufactures, regulatory bodies, scientific associations, and trade union associations.