Peer reviewed scientific article
Biological effects have been reproducibly reported in rodents exposed to radiofrequency fields (RF) without significant change of the body temperature. These observations relaunch the controversial question of non-thermal effects of RF. If true, such effects would imply to consider RF energy absorption/interaction in tissues, not as volume-averaged, but locally down to the microscale, which is of potential consequence in particular at frequencies beyond 3 GHz. We propose study protocols to explore that question.