The Govt. of South Africa and Govt. of Netherlands have a joint initiative to fund my doctoral research further into nnEMF. After a scientific panel review by the National Research Foundation (NRF) (SA) and NUFFIC (Netherlands), my research proposal was
Mr. Lech provides a unique and gifted approach to solving problems and addressing issues that have been neglected to a large degree. He has had useful experience and developed practical skills with regard to transferring academic knowledge into real-world application.
The thesis research findings were presented to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) of South Africa in 2017. The research “gave us (ASA) insight into his concerns around the marketing of cell phones to children”. The research “alerted us (ASA) to
The James Lech thesis was constructively reviewed by: Two supervisors, Head of Department, Dean of Science, Deputy Vice-Chancellor for R&D Examined by Two internationally recognized specialist Professors in the domain. “Their role was to review and provide constructive input before
Dated: 11 April 2018 A National Research Foundation Synoptic Feedback from the Peer Review Committee are as follows: The relevance of the problem statement is convincing from the standpoint of the link between unregulated nnEMF exposure environments and increased the risk
A workshop (16-19 October 2018) held at the South African Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DoJCD) deliberated that the non-native electromagnetic field (nnEMF) study had demonstrated a public interest override function of ‘substances released into the environment’ and ‘public