Dispelling the 5G myths: essential reading

A group of Scotland 5G Centre project partners and connections have published an excellent article using science to address 5G myths and paranoia.

Professor Bob Stewart (University of Strathclyde), Professor Muhammad Imran and Dr Yusuf Sambo (both University of Glasgow) have joined forces with Professor Rahim Tafazolli (University of Surrey) to effectively debunk six misconceptions about 5G.

Their article – ‘The truth is out there: Examining the science around 5G paranoia’ – has been published by the IEEE Communications Society in its ComSoc Technology News (CTN) journal.

As well as being an interesting read, the article offers an effective reference tool for debating with or reassuring other people. And as Professor Stewart points out, it must be the first IEEE ComSoc publication to mention pickled vegetables.

Find out more at https://www.comsoc.org/publications/ctn/truth-out-there-examining-science-around-5g-paranoia.

You can also read our own recent statement on 5G and health here.

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