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The internet information platform EMF-Portal of the RWTH Aachen University summarizes systematically scientific research data on the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF). All information is made available in both English and German. The core of the EMF-Portal is an extensive literature database with an inventory of 42,497 publications and 7,012 summaries of individual scientific studies on the effects of electromagnetic fields.

The EMF-Portal is a project of the femu working group of the Institute for Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine of the Uniklinik RWTH Aachen University.

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  • IARC advised to revisit radiofrequency cancer risk

    Posted on Apr 16, 2024

    An Advisory Group has recommended that the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) should ...

  • Research funding

    Posted on Apr 2, 2024

    The Swiss Research Foundation for Electricity and Mobile Communication (FSM) is awarding CHF 150,000 in 2024 ...

  • Webinar of the SEAWAVE project

    Posted on Jan 3, 2024

    The European SEAWAVE project aims to assess risks but also to characterize exposures ...

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EMF-Portal in Science

  • Bosch-Capblanch X et al. (2024): The effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields exposure on human…

    “Eligible studies were identified by literature searches in the following databases: Medline, Web of Science, ... and consulted the EMF portal ...”
  • Cordelli E et al. (2024): Effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic field (RF- EMF) exposure on male fertility: A systematic review of…

    “Three publication databases were searched for eligible studies: NCBI PubMed (...), Scopus (...) and EMF Portal (...), a database maintained by the RWTH Aachen University, Germany, specifically focused on EMF studies.”
  • Askaripour K et al. (2024): A systematic review on cellular responses of Escherichia coli to nonthermal…

    “... a search strategy was developed using specific search terms to locate relevant studies on Web of Knowledge, PubMed, and EMF-Portal databases.”
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