Feb 06, 2013 12:06PM
Dr. George L. Carlo is a medical scientist whose career spans 35 years and more than 250 medical, scientific and public policy publications in the areas of environmental health and consumer protection. His discoveries have been incorporated into global patents in areas including anti-viral pharmaceuticals, medical devices and environmental protection technologies. He presently holds appointments as the Chairman of the non-profit Science and Public Policy Institute and as the Director of the Institute for Healthful Adaptation.
On Wednesday, February 13th, from 7pm-8:30pm, Dr. Carlo will discuss electromagnetic field dangers including cell phones and smart meters, how they affect the behavior of other charged objects in the environment, and the challenges we face with regard to adapting to these ever-changing exposures. Dr. Carlo is a world recognized expert in this field, and has authored three books and several scientific papers regarding this topic. He also headed, from 1993 through 1999, what remains the world’s largest research effort into the dangers of wireless devices.