The Bio-Electromagnetic Research Initiative (BEMRI) has been formed to create a research portal, for the scientific community and interested members of the lay public, which helps to rapidly disseminate international research findings, best practice measures and scientific hypotheses on matters related to electromagnetic (EM) phenomena.

 

 

The prime purpose of this site is to help stimulate trust, beneficial collaboration and debate between the general public,  EM stakeholders, scientists, industry and policy makers, whilst enabling innovation and the development of more biologically-friendly, ecologically-sustainable and user-friendly technologies and solutions.

 

 

An emerging technology that is currently being developed is Visible Light Communication (VLC) which, when combined with Fibre Optic Broadband, could provide a safer, faster, more efficient and more secure alternative.  VLC looks likely to have far less detrimental biological effects on humans, wildlife and nature.

 

 

 

 

What's the difference between Microwaves and Visible Light?  -  Animation

 

Privacy Policy - Please read before proceeding

Privacy Policy:

BEMRI has a well-established protocol for data protection.

For the General Public using the Contact Us box:

Any information given via the Contact Us box is seen by BEMRI members only and is only passed on with the consent of the person contacting us for the precise purpose of assisting that person in their enquiry or request for help.

In this case, when dealing with members of the public we seek to attain high standards of data protection.

BEMRI will not rent, swap or sell any personal information to other organisations – our aim being solely to assist and support the enquirer in any way that seems appropriate for his or her situation and always with his or her full consent