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December 2019
  1. Background New planning legislation was adopted and implemented in Cape Town on 1 July 2015, inclusive of the City of Cape Town Municipal Planning By-law, 2015 (the by-law). The by-law also includes the City of Cape Town Development Management Scheme (DMS), which is the zoning scheme for the City. All land units within...
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Tom Butler is Professor in Information Systems and Regulatory Technologies at University College Cork. A former IRCHSS Government of Ireland Research Fellow, he is Principal Investigator of Ireland’s Governance Risk and Compliance Competence Centre at UCC (www.gr3c.com), which focuses on developing artificial intelligence applications for risk and compliance. Tom has 225 publications and 11 inventions....
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University of Groningen This video paints the life and scientific contributions of Professor Serge Daan (1940-2018). Daan was an inspiring biologist with a broad interest in science. He started as professor at the University of Groningen in 1975. His publications were cited over 17,000 times and include seminal work in chronobiology, sleep research, psychiatry, physiology,...
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News of 17/12/2019 Today, ANSES is publishing the list of projects selected as part of its two 2019 calls for research projects for the National Research Programme for Environmental and Occupational Health, with the first for projects on a general theme, and the second on the theme of “radiofrequencies and health”. Following the selection process,...
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Hygiene and sanitation->Vol 98, № 11 (2019)->FEATURES OF NATIONAL POLICY IN APPROACHES TO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD SAFETY OF RADIO FREQUENCIES RADIATION IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES Abstract The article contains the analysis of modern approaches to determining the limits of the electromagnetic field of radio frequencies. The international discussion about the safe limits of electromagnetic radiation has been...
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LTE – 5G Market Statistics 342 operators investing in 5G networks – 56 operators with commercially launched 3GPP-compliant 5G services. As of mid-December 2019 GSA’s NTS database showed: There are 791 operators with commercially launched LTE networks (offering broadband fixed wireless access and or mobile services). 236 operators hold licences to use spectrum for TD-LTE...
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Bioelectromagnetics. 2019 Oct; 40(7): 498–511. Published online 2019 Sep 15. doi: 10.1002/bem.22217 Abstract Despite much research, gaps remain in knowledge about the potential health effects of exposure to radiofrequency (RF) fields. This study investigated the effects of early‐life exposure to pulsed long term evolution (LTE) 1,846 MHz downlink signals on innate mouse behavior. Animals were exposed for 30 min/day,...
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LEGAL ALERTS DEC 13, 2019 Will this Quell Public Concerns About the Safety of 5G Deployments? As wireless carriers increasingly seek to install wireless networks on utility poles and street lights within communities across the country, they often encounter public opposition in the local approval process based on the facilities’ purported health risks. While these debates...
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