A Report on Non-Ionizing Radiation

About Us

For more than 30 years, Microwave News has been reporting on the potential health and environmental impacts of electromagnetic fields and radiation. We are widely recognized as a fair and objective source of information on this controversial subject. See the “blurbs” on the right.

Microwave News covers the entire non-ionizing electromagnetic spectrum, with special emphasis on mobile phones and power lines, as well as radar and broadcast towers. In addition, we cover medical applications of different types of fields and radiation, as well as the ability of various species to navigate using the Earth’s magnetic field.

The first print issue was published in January 1981. All our print issues may be downloaded from the News Center at no cost.

In June 2003, Microwave News converted to a Web-based format.

Microwave News is independent and is not aligned with any industry or government agency. We were originally supported through subscriptions. Today, we rely on contributions from our readers.

We hope you will bookmark microwavenews.com and visit us often.

 

Microwave News Is...

“Meticulously researched and thoroughly documented.”
                          — Time Magazine

“Influential and pioneering.”
                          — The New Yorker

“The most authoritative journal on ELF [EM] fields and health.”
                          — Fortune

“Widely read and influential.”
                          — ABC News, 20/20

“Highly regarded.”
     — ABC Television (Australia), Media Watch

“The world’s most authoritative source on EMF health risks.”
 — Washington Journalism Review (now American Journalism Review)

“Influential.”
                          — The Hartford Courant

“Brilliant Web site.”
          — Michael Lerner, President, Commonweal

“Your best source on this topic.”
                          — The Village Voice

“Research is moving so fast in this field that newsletters are the only way to keep up. Microwave News and VDT News, both edited by Louis Slesin, are widely acclaimed by all sides as the best sources of reliable and current information.”
                          —Whole Earth Catalog