The ACRBR is very keen to encourage students into the
area of bioelectromagnetism in general, and more specifically into any of
the areas of research.
If you think that you might like to gain some research experience in this
area, either as a formal degree or as some more general 'work experience',
please contact the ACRBR and discuss this with us.
Up to five $2000 scholarships were available in 2007 for
substantial undergraduate final year research or design projects (e.g.
Honours, final year design project) commencing in either semester 1 or 2 of
2007 in the area of EMR (electromagnetic radiation) with particular focus on
radiofrequency. All Australian students undertaking a project in an area
relevant to the ACRBR are welcome to apply.
More information for 2008 coming soon.
The ACRBR awarded the first of the 'ACRBR Undergraduate
RF Bioeffects Research Project Awards' in December 2004, to Kieren Grogan,
Julius Peh and Yi Min. These authors on the joint project shared the first
prize of $2000 for their project titled:
"Low-cost automated system used in investigating human
EEG activity changes in response to mobile phone EMF RF exposures"
A number of $2000 prizes are available each year for
final year undergraduate research projects that focus on areas relevant to
the ACRBR. If you're thinking of doing such a project or have already begun
one, why not contact us for some more information on whether or not you are
All enquiries can be directed to the Executive
Prof Rodney Croft
Brain Sciences Institute
Swinburne University of Technology
400 Burwood Road, Hawthorn 3122
tel.: +61 3 92145149
fax.: +61 3 92145525