Authored by: James Lin
Published on: Dec 20, 2019
Happy and Enjoyable Holidays!
Thank you so much for all you do for the Bioelectromagnetics Journal. We greatly appreciate your submissions, reviews, and feedback as they help to distribute knowledge and findings that move our research area forward.
The year 2020 has already begin for the Bioelectromagnetics journal. It is a pleasure to announce Bioelectromagnetics, Volume 41, Issue #1 (January 2020) is NOW Available online (see below).
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BIOELECTROMAGNETICS Vol. 41#1 January 2020 issue is NOW AVAILABLE online
The link https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/1521186x/current will take you to articles in the current issue.
It’s a good time to find out what’s new in bioelectromagnetics research. The BEM journal serves as a focal point for scientists, professionals, academics, graduate students, fellows, and associates pursuing research throughout the world. It is committed to publishing high-quality, independently peer-reviewed research and review articles focusing on experimental, theoretical, and clinical aspects of the interaction and application of electromagnetic fields and waves in biological systems. We thank our authors for submitting their discovery and innovation for publication in Bioelectromagnetics. Highlights of this issue include:
- Wireless Wearables and Implants: A Dosimetry Review
- In Vitro Evaluation of the Effect of Stimulation with Magnetic Fields on Chondrocytes
- Moderate Intensity Static Magnetic Fields Prevent Thrombus Formation in Rats and Mice
- Perturbing Circadian Oscillations in an In Vitro Suprachiasmatic Nucleus With Magnetic Stimulation
- RF Energy Absorption in Human Bodies Due to Wearable Antennas in the 2.4 GHz Frequency Band
- Multifrequency Analysis of Single Inductive Coil Measurements Across a Gel Phantom Simulation of Internal Bleeding in the Brain
- Registry of Buildings With Transformer Stations as a Basis for Epidemiological Studies on Health Effects of Extremely Low‐Frequency Magnetic Fields
- Comment on Letter: “Post‐Normal Science and the Management of Uncertainty in Bioelectromagnetic Controversies”
Please SUBMIT your discovery and innovation to Bioelectromagnetics. A journal that combines the best research in electromagnetics in biology and medicine with a unique mix of articles dedicated to nonionizing radiation effects, exposure dosimetry, safety protection and biomedical applications.
Bioelectromagnetics covers the entire spectrum of nonionizing radiation research and is essential reading for biological scientists, engineers, medical doctors, biophysicists, and public health specialists in academia, government, and industry. The journal is open to a broad range of topics whose central theme falls within the interaction and application of electromagnetic fields and waves in biological systems, spanning static fields to terahertz waves and visible light. Authors are encouraged to submit their latest work via the online submission system: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/bem
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Professor James Lin, Ph.D.
University of Illinois at Chicago (M/C 154)
Chicago, Illinois 60607-7053 USA