Archives Publications 2018 How the Mobile Communication Industry Deals with Science as Illustrated by ICNIRP versus NTP Publications 2017 Publications 2016 News from the NTP Study Appeal for Donations 2016 Electrosensitivity: as experienced by an electrosensitive person and assessed by scientists Report from the Science and Wireless 2015 Publications 2015 Alexander Lerchl has met his Waterloo Painful lesson for Prof. Lerchl: The Unexpected Always Happens Publications 2014 Elisabeth Kratochvil sues Alexander Lerchl Lectures from the Competence Initiative meeting Publications 2013 New Research Confirms an Increased Brain Tumour Risk from Mobile Phone Radiation The smearing campaign against Swedish oncologist Dr. Hardell and the persons behind it Alexander Lerchl runs amok. Hamburg District Court confirms REFLEX results. The Finnish Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) says goodbye to a scientist, who valued ethics and morals more highly than his scientific career Publications 2012 Nina Lakhani: The jury is still out on health risks of mobile communication radiation Lennart Hardell’s answer to Alexander Lerchl Lennart Hardell’s interim report Institutional Corruption in Dealing With the Risks of Radiofrequency Radiation in the Past 50 Years Lennart Hardell reviewed the Danish Cohort Study The exposure limits supposed to protect the people from radiofrequency radiation are the result of institutional corruption Publications 2011 The WHO‟s International Agency for Research on Cancer thinks that cancer from mobile phone radiation is „possible‟ Final Report of the Mastbruch Project How the Medical University of Vienna dealt with important results from mobile communication radiation research A Machiavellian Spin. Political and corporate involvement with cell phone research in Australia Publications 2010 Review of the AKR/J-Project by Lerchl Review of a research project carried out by Lerchl Present state of research on genotoxic effects of mobile phone radiation Publications 2009 Suppressing the science on cell phone risks. Interview with Franz Adlkofer.