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2329 Apr 2014
Erice, Sicily, Italy
European Bioelectromagnetics Association (EBEA)
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Biological effects of combined exposures to EMF and other chemical and physical agents

The Course is addressed to young researchers and to biologists, engineers and physicians who conduct research on bioelectromagnetics or work in a medical environment. The widespread diffusion of Information & Communication Technology, energy transmission and delivery as well as of therapeutic and diagnostic technologies based on non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation makes the exposure to electromagnetic fields ubiquitous and unavoidable for humans. However, the real-life exposure to electromagnetic fields always occurs in presence of other physical and/or chemical agents and pollutants, giving rise to a more complex exposure scenario. Therefore, studying the effect of combined exposures is a present hot topic in Bielectromagnetics. Moreover, many of the already described biological effects involve cooperation between electromagnetic fields and other chemical or physical agents. The aim of the VII course of the Erice Bioelectromagnetics school will be to provide participants with insights into the realm of the potential of electromagnetic fields in interacting with biological materials together with other agents