BEM

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AcronymDefinition
BEMBoundary Element Method
BEMBaptism, Eucharist and Ministry
BEMBordeaux Ecole de Management (French: Bordeaux School Management; Bordeaux, France)
BEMBritish Empire Medal
BEMBug Eyed Monster (science fiction writing plot device)
BEMBoard of Engineers Malaysia
BEMBusiness Excellence Model
BEMBig Emerging Markets
BEMBuilding Energy Management
BEMBMC Event Manager (BMC Software)
BEMBâtiment d'Essais et de Mesures (French: Building Test and Measurement; French Navy)
BEMBasic Emergency Management (Ontario, Canada)
BEMBasis Expansion Model
BEMBandwidth Efficient Modem
BEMBio-Electromagnetic
BEMBandwidth Efficient Modulation
BEMBusiness Engineering Management
BEMbutylethylmagnesium
BEMBachelor of Environmental Management
BEMBayesian Expectation-Maximization
BEMBig Eyed Monster (science fiction)
BEMBoolean Expression Manipulator
BEMBooger Eating Moron
BEMBachelor of Engineering of Mines
BEMBusiness Executives' Move for New National Priorities
BEMBusiness Engagement Manager
BEMBuilding Equipment Mechanic (US Postal Service)
BEMBanco do Estado do Maranhão SA (Maranhão State Bank, Brazil)
BEMBureau d'Etudes Maritimes (French shipbuilding company)
BEMBusiness Execution Manager
BEMBlade Element Model
BEMBase Entry Monitor System
BEMBit Error Monitor
BEMBase Energy Manager
BEMBasic Education Manual
BEMBinary-Element Method
BEMBeaunit Corporation
BEMBeaufort & Morehead Railroad
BEMBureau of Executive Manpower
BEMBachelor of Mining Engineering
BEMBureau des Etudiants en Médecine (French: Bureau of Medical Students; Belgium)
BEMBureau d'Etude Métallerie (French: Office of Metalwork Study)
BEMBureau d'Etudes Mécaniques (French: Mechanical Engineering Department)
BEMBusiness Event Management (method)
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In the study of bio-electromagnetic dosimetry, the bio-tissue model with an irregular geometrical shape and nonhomogeneous electric characteristics plays an important role in solving the electromagnetic effect of bio-tissues.
As recently as January 1998, major newspapers quoted British bio-electromagnetic scientist Roger Coghill as saying cellular telephones should have a health warning.
The competition is designed for students interested in antennas, microwave devices, bio-electromagnetics, electromagnetic compatibility, and other electromagnetic related fields and gives them the opportunity to showcase their work with FEKO, the electromagnetic solver of Altair HyperWorks.
Glycoproteins bound to ion channels mediate detection of electric fields: A proposed mechanism and supporting evidence," Bio-electromagnetics 28:379-385 (2007).
An expert in bio-electromagnetics, he said they could be suffering the ill- effects of electromagnetic microwave irradiation.