Scientists from around the world gather on February 11th to announce breakthrough in curbing cell phone radiation.
Miami, FL //New York – EZ Technologies, makers of the Bodywell Chip, are proud to announce the first annual scientific symposium to share and present ground breaking research on the specific absorption rate (SAR) of radiation from mobile devices. In 2011, the World Health Organization classified cell phone radiation as a possible carcinogen for humans, similar to car exhaust.
There are more than seven billion cell phones in use around the world today, and understanding the effects that use is important. This symposium, on February 11th at the City University of New York’s graduate center, will provide an important and meaningful forum for public dialogue of the scientific evidence and public health implications of this little discussed topic.
Panelists include Doctors Nancy Mueller, Moshe Einat and Nachaat Mazeh, will introduce the landmark research on developments in the specific absorption rate of cell phone radiation and that radiation’s impact on simulated brain cells. The scientific panelists will explore what happens both when that radiation is intercepted by an electromagnetically imprinted device and also when it is not.
“Children today are growing up in a world that only knows the iPhone and it is critical that we have an understanding of how the pervasive use of the iPhone and all other cell phones will affect our children,” said EZ Technologies CEO Haim Einhorn. “Cell phone radiation is real and preparation is the best prevention.”
The Bodywell Chip, made by EZ Technologies was created as a direct result of this research. It is an imprint technology which designed to protect every cell phone user from the unknown risks of constant cell phone radiation. Current potential risks include headaches, memory loss, fatigue and more. The Bodywell Chip was tested in the research conducted by the panellists and proven to be effective in reducing the impact of cell phone radiation.
“What we have discovered is a new procedure that literally nullifies the electromagnetic waves coming from mobile phones, rendering them innocuous to the human body,” Dr. Mazeh said.
The symposium will take place on Monday February 11th from 9am-12pm at the City University of New York’s graduate center in the Skylight Conference room. The address is 365 Fifth Avenue.
There will be a welcoming keynote from EZ Technologies CEO Haim Einhorn at 9:30am followed by a scientific panel discussion from 10:00am-11:00am with a question and answer session from 11:00am-11:30am. The symposium will also feature networking opportunities for further discussion of the topic.
For more information or to RSVP please visit http://www.bodywellchip.com/symposium.