Forschungsgemeinschaft Funk e.V.

FGF Literature and Context Studies

Title: Mentoring and cofinancing for the Setup and Contiuation of a Database about the Effects of EMF on the Human Organism (EMF-Portal)
Principle Investigator:
Prof. Silny
Institution:
Institute for Biomedical Technology, Aachen University of Technology (RWTH Aachen), Germany
Duration:
Since 1998
Abstract:
Not yet available
Final Report:
Annual femu - Research Reports since 1999
Publications:
(not "peer reviewed")

FGF-Newsletter 2/2005 (PDF, 332 KB)

"Knowledge-based database for literature on EMF research."
Silny, J.; Klubertz, F.: 20th Annual BEMS Meeting, 7.-11.6.1998, St. Pete's Beach, Florida / USA, Abstract Book, p. 228.
BEMS Abstract Book 1998 (pdf, 2,26 MB)

"Knowledge-based information system on the effects of electromagnetic fields on the organism."
Wienert, R.; Klubertz, F.; Silny, J.; 23rd Annual BEMS Meeting, 10.-14.6.2001, St. Paul, Minnesota / USA, Abstract Book, p. 90.
BEMS Abstract Book 2001 (pdf, 2,75 MB)

"Internet portal and information system on the biological effects of electromagnetic fields ""EMF-Portal"
Wienert, R.; Dechent, D.; Klubertz, F.; Silny, J.; 25th Annual BEMS Meeting, 22.-27.6.2003, Wailea, Maui, Hawaii, Abstract Book, p. 403.

BEMS Abstract Book 2003 (pdf, 7,7 MB)

"Representation of the literature on the effects of electromagnetic fields "
Driessen, S.; Meyer, M.; Wienert, R.; Silny, J.; 27th Annual BEMS Meeting, 2005, Dublin, Ireland, Abstract Book, p. 337.
"EMF-Portal: Benefit for information retrieval on the biological effects of electromagnetic fields"
Wienert, R.; Driessen, S.; Meyer, M.; Klubertz, F.; Silny, J.; 29th Annual BEMS Meeting, 2005, Dublin, Ireland, Abstract Book, pp. 546-548.
BEMS Abstract Book 2005 (pdf, 8,18 MB)

Link to database :
http://www.emf-portal.de

Title: Good Science Approach – Lessons learnt. Pilot Project on „Heat Shock Proteins“.
Principle Invetigator::

Prof. Dr. Matthias Gaestel

Institution:

Institut für Biochemie, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover

Duration: 2008
Publication
( "peer reviewed"):

Gaestel, M.: Biological monitoring of non-thermal effects of mobile phone radiation: recent approaches and challenges. Biol. Rev. Camb. Philos. Soc. (online published: Dec. 15, 2009)
Abstract


Titel: High frequency GSM-1800 fields with various modulations and field strengths: No short term effect on human awake EEG
Auftragnehmer: Prof. Dr. Hinrichs, H.J. Heinze
Institution: Department of Neurology II, Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Gemrnay
Duration: 2006
Abstract: not yet available
Final Report: Edition Wissenschaft Nr. 23 (pdf, 69 KB)


Title: Sensitivity of children to EMF exposure – do elevated susceptibilities to high-frequency mobile communication fields exist during discrete developmental phases?
Principle Investigators:
Dr. med. Reißenweber, J. Pöss, Prof. Dr. med. David
Institution:
Electropathology Research, Center Witten/Herdecke University, Germany
Duration:
2005
Abstract:
Not yet available
Final Report:

Title: Are thermoreceptors responsible for „non-thermal“ effects of RF fields?
Principle Investigator:
Prof. Dr. R. Glaser
Institution:
Institute of Biology / Experimental Biophysics, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
Duration:
2005
Abstract:
Not yet available
Final Report:

Title: Literature Study : Influence of EMF on Heat-Shock-Proteins
Principle Investigator: Dr. I. Cotgreave
Institution: Karolinska Institut, Lund, Schweden
Duration: 2003
Abstract: Not yet available
Final Report: Download (pdf, 296 KB)
Publication:

Biological stress responses to radio frequency electromagnetic radiation: are mobile phones really so (heat) shocking? Arch Biochem Biophys. 2005 Mar 1;435(1):227-40
Abstract PubMed

Other Sources:
WHO-Database

Title: In vitro studies on biological effects of radiofrequency fields between 1997 and 2002
Principle Investigator: Prof. Dr. Meyer
Institution: Institute of Physiology, University of Bonn, Germany
Duration: 2002 - 2003
Abstract: Not yet available
Final Report: Edition Wissenschaft Nr. 20 (pdf, 1,21 MB)
Publication:
(not "peer reviewed")

"The effects of high frequency fields in mobile radio radiation demonstrated with in vitro experiments" in: Commemorative Publication on the 10th Anniversary of FGF, 2002


Title: Requirements for technical institutions investigating the effects of high frequency electromagnetic fields on biological systems
Principle Investigator: Dr. Streckert
Institution: Chair of Theoretical Electrical Engineering, Bergische Universitaet Gesamthochschule Wuppertal, Germany
Duration: 2002 - 2003
Abstract: Not yet available
Final Report: Editon Wissenschaft Nr. 18 (pdf, 760 KB)
Publication:
(not "peer reviewed")

"Requirements for technical institutions investigating the effects of high frequency electromagnetic fields
on biological systemse" in: Commemorative Publication on the 10th Anniversary of FGF, 2002


Title: In vivo studies on the biological effects of high frequency electromagnetic fields: a survey and future prospects
Principle Investigators: Dr. Tillmann, Dr. Buschmann
Institution: Fraunhofer Institute of Toxicology and Aerosol Research (ITA), Hanover, Germany
Duration: 2002 - 2003
Abstract: Not yet available
Final Report: Edition Wissenschaft Nr. 19 (pdf, 205 KB)
Publication:
(not "peer reviewed")

"In vivo investigations on the biological effects of high frequency electromagnetic fields:
a survey and future prospects" in: Commemorative Publication on the 10th Anniversary of FGF, 2002


Title: Literature Study: Embryonic Development under the Influence of High- and Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields. A Review of Teratologic Studies
Principle Investigator: Dr. Thalau
Institution: Department of Zoology, University of Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Duration: 1999 - 2002
Abstract: Not yet available
Final Report: Download (pdf, 1,37 MB)
Publikation
(not "peer reviewed"):
FGF Newsletter, April 2002 (pdf, 46 KB)
FGF Edition Wissenschaft 17, August 2002 (pdf, 766 KB)

Title: Literature Study on Thermal and Athermal Effects of Electromagnetic Fields in the Frequency Range of 3 GHz to 100 GHz
Principle Investigators: Dr. Gailus, Dr. Thier
Institution: T-Nova Deutsche Telekom Innovationsgesellschaft mbH, Technology Centre Darmstadt, Germany
Duration: 1999 - 2000
Abstract: Not yet available
Final Report: Download (pdf, 493 KB)
Publication:
(not "peer reviewed"):

Thermal and nonthermal effects of high frequency electromagnetic fields in the range between 3 GHz and 300 GHz."
Herget, I.; Thier, K.-F.; Gailus, T.: 22nd Annual BEMS Meeting, 11.-16.6.2000, Munich / Germany
Abstract Book, p. 114
BEMS Abstract-Book 2000 (pdf, 3,27 MB)

Other Sources:
WHO-Database

Title: Studies on Interference of GSM High Frequency Electromagnetic Fields and
Central Nervous System

Principle Investigator: Prof. Hinrichs
Institution: Department of Neurology II, University of Magdeburg, Germany
Duration: 1999 - 2000
Abstract: Not yet available
Final Report: Download (pdf, 311 KB)
Publication:
(not "peer reviewed"):
FGF Newsletter, April 2001 (pdf 130 KB)
Other Sources:
WHO-Database

Title: Influence of Electromagnetic Fields on the Function of the Blood-Brain-Barrier
Principle Investigator: Dr. Stögbauer
Institution: Department of Neurology, University of Muenster, Germany
Duration: 2000
Abstract: Not yet available
Final Report: Download (pdf, 2,05 MB)
Publication:
(not "peer reviewed":

FGF Newsletter, April 2002 (pdf, 599 KB)
FGF Edition Wissenschaft 15, April 2002 (pdf, 269 KB)

Other Sources:
WHO-Database


Title: Assessed Literature Study: Biological Effects of cm/mm Waves
Part I: 3 GHz - 100 GHz

Principle Investigators: Dr. Kullnick, Dr. Becks
Institution: Institute for Mobile and Satellite Communication Techniques (IMST) GmbH, Kamp-Lintfort, Germany
Duration: 1997
Abstract: Not yet available
Final Report: Download (pdf, 182 KB)
Other Sources:
WHO-Database

Title: Survey Study: Hypotheses on Cellular, Non-Thermal Effects of Electromagnetic Fields
(EMF up to 12 THz)

Principle Investigators: L. Haberland, R. Glaser
Institution: Humboldt-University of Berlin, Germany
Duration: 1996 - 1997
Abstract: Not yet available
Final Report: Can be ordered at the FGF Office (Ident.-No ID-106)
Publication:
(not "peer reviewed"):

"Hypothesen zu zellulären, nicht-thermischen Wirkungsmechanismen elektromagnetischer Felder. Literaturstudie"
Haberland, L.: Verlag für Wissenschaft und Forschung, 1999, Berlin, 1. Auflage, ISBN 3-89700-205-1.

Other Sources:
WHO-Database

Title: Survey-Study: The Melatonin Hypothesis
Principle Investigator: A. Lerchl
Institution: Institute of Reproductive Medicine, University of Muenster, Germany
Duration: 1996 - 1997
Abstract: Not yet available
Final Report: Download (pdf, 3,15 MB)
Publication:
(not "peer reviewed"):

FGF Newsletter, April 2002 (pdf, 290 KB)
FGF Edition Wissenschaft 16, June 2002 (pdf, 608 KB)

Other Sources :
WHO-Database

Title: Setup of a Data and Information Base about the Effect of EMF on the Human Organism (WBLDB)
Principle Investigator:
Prof. Silny
Institution:
Institute for Biomedical Technology, Aachen University of Technology (RWTH Aachen), Germany
Duration:
1996 - 1997
Abstract:
Not yet available
Final Report:
Download (pdf, 2,04 MB)
Publication:
(not "peer reviewed")

FGF Newsletter, August 1998 (pdf, 272 KB)

Other Sources:
WHO-Database

Title: Theoretical Study: Significance of the Term "Risks of High Frequency EMF"
Principle Investigators:
P.M. Wiedemann, A. Bobis-Seidenschwanz, H. Schütz
Institution:
Research Center Juelich, Germany
Duration:
1993 - 1994
Abstract:
Not yet available
Final Report:
Download (pdf, 2,08 MB)
Publication 
(not"peer reviewed"):

"Elektrosmog - Ein Risiko? Bedeutungskonstitution von Risiken hochfrequenter elektromagnetischer Felder."
Wiedemann P.M.; Bobis-Seidenschwanz A.; Schütz H.; Nothdurft W.; Spranz-Fogasy Th. in: Arbeiten zur Risiko-Kommunikation, MUT Jülich, Vol. 44, 1994.


Title: EMF and Risk Perception
Principle Investigators:
P. M. Wiedemann, A. Bobis-Seidenschwanz
Institution:
Research Center Juelich, Germany
Duration:
1993
Abstract:
Not yet available
Final Report:
Download (pdf, 1,3 MB)
Publications 
(not "peer reviewed"):

"Gesundheitsrisiken nieder- und hochfrequenter elektromagnetischer Felder; Bestandsaufnahme der öffentlichen Kontroverse."
Bobis-Seidenschwanz, A.; Wiedemann, P. M.; Programmgruppe Mensch, Umwelt, Technik, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH in: Arbeiten zur Risiko-Kommunikation, Heft 39, Juli 1993.

Other Sources
WHO-Database