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Rosa AnaSueiro-BenavidesaJose ManuelLeiro-VidalaAarón ÁngelSalas-SánchezbcJ. AntonioRodríguez-GonzálezbFrancisco J.Ares-PenabM. ElenaLópez-Martínd Highlights •Black carbon and radiofrequency could be a suitable model for accelerated cellular toxicity. •Electromagnetic fields and fine/coarse black carbon prolong innate and inflammatory immune responses. •2.45 GHz radiofrequency and black carbon activate apoptosis of the RAW 264.7 macrophage cell line. Abstract Environmental factors such as air pollution by...
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Open access article Buch, J.; Hammond, B. Photobiomodulation of the Visual System and Human Health. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2020, 21, 8020. Review Abstract Humans express an expansive and detailed response to wavelength differences within the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum. This is most clearly manifest, and most studied, with respect to a relatively small range of electromagnetic radiation that...
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The Finnish 6G Flagship is the world’s first 6G research and co-creation program led by the University of Oulu and appointed for 2018-2026 by the Academy of Finland, a governmental funding agency for high-quality scientific research.6G Flagship envisions a future society towards 2030, which is data-driven and enabled by near instant, unlimited wireless connectivity. The...
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CORRECTED PROOF Sleep, zsaa194, https://doi.org/10.1093/sleep/zsaa194 Published: 21 September 2020 Abstract Study Objectives Blue-depleted lighting reduces the disruptive effects of evening artificial light on the circadian system in laboratory experiments, but this has not yet been shown in naturalistic settings. The aim of the current study was to test the effects of residing in an evening blue-depleted light...
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Review article Abstract The prevalence of low semen quality and the incidence of testicular cancer have been steadily increasing over the past decades in different parts of the World. Although these conditions may have a genetic or epigenetic origin, there is growing evidence that multiple environmental and lifestyle factors can act alone or in combination...
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Translated from German, original article at: https://www.dhbw-stuttgart.de/artikel/esof-online-session-zur-zukunftsentwicklung-europaeischer-staedte/ 22.09.2020 The “European Science Open Forum (ESOF)”, one of the largest European conferences on science and politics, took place in Trieste/Italy in early September. The DHBW Stuttgart was represented with an online panel discussion on the topic of “Smart EcoDigital Cities and Regions – Challenges and solutions for...
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100 Boston University Law Review 1315 (2020) UCLA School of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 20-01 Posted: 28 Jan 2020, Last revised: 2 Oct 2020 Andrew D. Selbst UCLA School of Law Date Written: March 11, 2019 Abstract Negligence law is often asked to adapt to new technologies. So it is with artificial intelligence...
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Source: Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) research https://transweb.sjsu.edu/press/How-Prepared-Transit-Cyber-Attack MTI research finds only 60% of transit agencies have a cybersecurity preparedness plan, leaving them ill prepared for a cyber attack. October 6, 2020 | San José, CA New Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) research assesses the readiness of agencies to understand, mitigate, and respond to the growing threat of cybersecurity. Is...
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Lacour P, Parwani AS, Schuessler F, Hohendanner F, Heinzel FR, Trippel TD, Boldt LH, Pieske B, Blaschke F. Are Contemporary Smartwatches and Mobile Phones Safe for Patients With Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices? JACC Clin Electrophysiol. 2020 Sep;6(9):1158-1166. doi: 10.1016/j.jacep.2020.04.033. Epub 2020 Jul 29. PMID: 32972552. Abstract Objectives: Given the increasing prevalence of mobile phone and smartwatch...
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Caspar KR, Moldenhauer K, Moritz RE, Němec P, Malkemper EP, Begall S. Eyes are essential for magnetoreception in a mammal. J R Soc Interface. 2020 Sep;17(170):20200513. doi: 10.1098/rsif.2020.0513. Epub 2020 Sep 30. PMID: 32993431 PMID: 32993431DOI: 10.1098/rsif.2020.0513 Abstract Several groups of mammals use the Earth’s magnetic field for orientation, but their magnetosensory organ remains unknown. The Ansell’s...
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