Participants & Materials

Speakers: Move to Posters

Photo Name, Affiliation Title of Talk Abstract PresentationVideo
Gerald Pollack, University of Washington
His interests have ranged broadly, from biological motion and cell biology to the interaction of biological surfaces with aqueous solutions. 
Role of Water in the molecular mechanism of muscle contraction.

Luc.png Luc Montagnier (Nobel Prize), World Foundation for Aids Research and Prevention, France
Recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Implements research on electromagnetic signals from DNA, studying the effect of these signals on water. 
Water  Structures Carrying DNA Information from Pathogens: Perspective to Diagnosis and Therapy of Chronic Diseases 

Serge Kernbach, Cybertronica Research, Germany
His main research interest is focused on biological and technological collective systems, weak bio-physical interactions, he is an author and co-author of 4 books and over 150 articles in international journals and conferences with best paper awards. Recently the book “Supernatural. Scientific approach” has been appeared to Russian readers, which is related to unconventional research, weak interactions, and integration of technologies and consciousness.
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Characterizing the non-chemical water treatment – advanced biological and electrochemical approaches
Giuseppe Vitiello, Honorary Professor, University of Salerno and INFN, Italy. 
Research activity in elementary particles, condensed matter physics, biological systems and brain studies. 
We describe the dynamic origin of the high efficiency and precise targeting of Taq activity in PCR. The interaction couplings, frequencies, amplitudes, and phase modulations comprise a pattern of fields which constitutes the electromagnetic image of DNA in the surrounding water, which is what the polymerase enzyme actually recognizes in the DNA water environment.
Water Electromagnetic Imaging and the Polymerase Chain Reaction
James Brownridge, Nuclear Instruction Specialist and Radiation Safety Officer
He believes that nature is always trying to tell us something. However, we often do not listen. His research interest is broadly varied and extensive. Currently his interest is in developing new innovative table-top research tools and techniques that will allow us to better understand what nature is trying to tell us. A prime example is a new proficient way to produce x-rays by heating and cooling pyroelectric crystals. Also, he has developing a new technique for the production of metastable circular convection cells in water.
Electrical, convective and thermal activity in cooling, freezing and melting water
Leoni Villano Bonamin , Doctor in Veterinary Medicine by the University of Sao Paulo - Brazil (USP, 1987)
Master's degree (1990) and PhD (1995) in Experimental and Comparative Pathology by the University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil, with Doctorate Sandwich period at École Nationale Vétérinaire de Lyon - France (1992-1993).   
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Physical properties of high dilutions and the corresponding biological action
Kirsten Deutschlander, Germany
Her is a specialist in general medicine, Natural healing, Acupuncture, Psychotherapy, water research in medicine. Chief physician of a Prevention- and Rehabilitation Clinic. Lecturer, Author,  Chairman of the Association “Sources of Life”.

Why we should all be interested in water – surprising effects of a Mineral Drinking Cur with Artesian Spring Water
Tomiichi Hasegawa, Professor of fluid engineering of Niigata University, Japan.
His research interests are fluid mechanics and rheology of dilute polymer solutions, surfactant solutions and water itself in high strain rates, measurement of viscoelasticity in the flow of these fluids through small apertures, detergency based on fluid mechanics, and utilization of wind and marine energies. Currently his main research is fluid mechanics and chemistry of water through micro-apertures. He got doctoral degree from Tokyo Institute of Technology, had been a professor of fluid engineering of Niigata University over thirty years, and is the president of Niigata College of Technology.
Possibility of organic synthesis after the flow of water through micro-orifices
Luis Paulo N. Rebelo , Professor of Structural Chemistry, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Alternative Fluids for Green Chemistry Laboratory. Faculdade de Ciencias e Tecnologia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal .            

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Water @ deep negative pressure – high isotropic tension : structure & dynamics
Dr Lionel R Milgrom, PhD Chem FRSC FRSA LCH MARH  
Programme for Advanced Homeopathic Research, London, UK
Why is  catalase  so  fast? A Novel Hypothesis to Explain the Incredibly Fast Enzyme-catalysed Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide
Ernst Zürcher, Prof. Dr. 
He is (until July 2016) professor for wood science and researcher at the Bern University of Applied Science and is still invited lecturer at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) and at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich (ETHZ). The research activities focus on tree vitality, spiral structures, chronobiology (rhythms in tree growth and wood properties) and sustainable development.

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Lunar Rhythmicities in Properties of Water interacting with Plants
Dr. Daniel Fels 
Dr. Daniel Fels worked originally on host-parasite interactions in his primary field of evolutionary biology. In 2006, he entered the developing field of physical signalling among cells. His independent research on electromagnetic signalling confirmed experiments of the early 20th century and went beyond them (PLoS 2009, Axiomathes 2012, J Biophys 2016, SciRep 2017, Biol 2018). Still in 2012 he organised the international conference Fields of the Cell (in 2012), followed by the edition of the eBook Fields of the Cell (eds. Fels D, Cifra M, Scholkmann F). Fels is currently developing his private Laboratory of biophysical cell communication (LBC). 
Electromagnetic communication in the Ciliate Paramecium caudatum
Vitorio.pngVitorio Elia, Dept. of Chemical Sciences, University "Federico II" of Naples, Italy  
His major research interests are the Thermodynamics of Aqueous Solutions and the new properties of perturbed pure water.
Hydrophilic polymers. Effects on the structure of the water solvent. Similarities and peculiarities.

Igor Jerman,  Institute Bion, Slovenia 
biologist, leads a private Institute for bioelectromagnetics and new biology and is focused on informational characteristics of water and electromagnetic nature of life. 
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Water – the active medium of circular passage between energy, information and matter

Zhong_Dongping.jpgDongping Zhong, Robert Smith Professor of Physics, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Dongping Zhong received his B.S. in laser physics from Huazhong University of Science and Technology in China and his Ph.D. in Chemical Physics from California Institute of Technology under Prof. Ahmed H. Zewail in 1999. For his Ph.D. work, Dr. Zhong received the Herbert Newby McCoy Award and the Milton and Francis Clauser Doctoral Prize from Caltech. He continued his postdoctoral research at Caltech with focus on protein dynamics in the same group. In 2002, he joined The Ohio State University as an Assistant Professor and currently he is Robert Smith Professor of Physics and Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He is the Packard Fellow, Sloan Fellow, Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar, Guggenheim Fellow, APS Fellow, AAAS Fellow, as well as the recipient of the NSF CAREER Award and the OCPA Outstanding Young Researcher Award. His research interests include biomolecular interactions and dynamics using ultrafast photon and electron methods. 

Dynamics and mechanism of water-protein interactions

Nigel_Dyer.jpgDr. Nigel Dyer
He has attended all but one of the Water Conferences in search of theories and experimental data that will unlock some of the remaining difficult problems in biology and water physics.

The Ecto-nox protein: Timely evidence for long range interactions in water?

Huping_Hu.jpgHuping Hu, PhD, JD, QuantumDream, Inc., USA
He is a biophysicist-attorney & currently holds the positions of the President of QuantumDream, Inc., the President of Scientific God Inc. & the Principal of the Law Office of Huping Hu. His main research interests are consciousness & scientific evidence of God. He is the proponent, in collaboration with Dr. Maoxin Wu, of the spin-mediated consciousness theory and the principle of existence. Further, he discovered, in collaboration with Wu, evidence of nonlocal effects of chemical substances on the brain and evidence of nonlocal chemical, thermal and gravitational effects in water.

Experimental Evidence of Nonlocal Physical & Chemical Effects in Water

Reid.jpgJohn Stuart Reid, Sonic Age Ltd, Acoustic-Physics Research, UK
His primary research interests are focused on Faraday Waves, utilising the CymaScope instrument that he developed, imprinting  sound and vibration onto pure water, thus rendering it visible for study.

CymaScope Imaging and Analysis of Cancer Cell and Healthy Sell Sonic Signatures in Water

Elmar_Fuchs.jpgDipl.-Ing. Dr. Elmar C. Fuchs
Program Manager at Wetsus, European Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Water Technology

Proton transfer through a floating water bridge

Gery_Pollet.jpgGery AC Pollet
In the early nineties, Gery launched one of the first European "Internet Services Providers". Since that time he became a wellknown "serial internet entrepreneur" and launched over half a dozen internet companies.

The Memory of Water

Vic-Norris.jpgVic Norris, Emeritus Professor of Biology, University of Rouen France
Laboratory of Microbiology Signals and Microenvironment 

“Order for nothing”, the bacterial cell cycle and water

A.I.Konovalov Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry, Kazan Scientific Centre RAS, Kazan, Russia  


V.L.Voeikov Ph.D., Dr. Biol. Sci., Professor, Vice-Chairman Chair of Bioorganic Chemistry, Faculty of Biology Lomonosov Moscow State University Moscow, Russia

The emerging concept of aqueous systems as disperse and dissipative entities. is it a possible foundation of homeopathy?

Jan_Pokorný.jpgJan Pokorný, Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Department of Dielectrics

Ordered water layers in biological systems

Masaaki_Takarada.jpgMasaaki Takarada, Graduate from Kyusyu University Electrical Engineering Department, Japan

Morning Sun and Evening Sun

Gle_Rein.jpgGlen Rein, PhD, Quantum-Biology Research Lab CA, USA
Dr. Rein received his PhD in Biochemistry from the University of London and went on to conduct biomedical research for 25 years at prestigious academic institutions including Stanford and Harvard Medical Schools. 

Imprinting water with frequency and digital information

dave_court.jpgDave Court
Dave has over 15 years experience in the design of hardware/software systems and is responsible for NES Health’s R&D division supporting global customers.  With a background in software engineering and developing communication products for the world’s largest banks/telecommunication providers, Dave now leads NES Health’s growing platform and water imprinting strategy. By driving an evolution in exponential health technology, he is embedding the latest science and understanding from the worlds of machine learning, artificial intelligence and water technology into NES Health products. NES Health has big plans to bring health to billions of people. Dave is based in the UK and is a close follower of deep learning technologies coming out of Cambridge University.

The new science of Information as Medicine 

Pierre-Marie_Robitaille.jpgPierre-Marie Robitaille, Ph.D., The Ohio State University, USA
He is a professor of radiology at The Ohio State University. He also holds an appointment in the Chemical Physics Program.  In 1998, he led the design and assembly of the world’s first Ultra High Field MRI System. This brought on the need to question fundamental aspects of thermal physics, including ideas related to Kirchhoff’s Law of thermal emission.  He has worked extensively on the problem of the Microwave Background and has advanced that the monopoles signal arises from the oceans of the Earth.

Have Astronomers Assigned a Signal Produced by the Oceans to the Cosmos? 

Roumiana_Tsenkova.jpgRoumiana Tsenkova, Kobe University, Japan  
She proposed Aquaphotomics as a new scientific filed. The aim is to describe and understand biological systems through the multidimensionality of water - light interaction expressed as a spectral pattern.
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Aquaphotomics opens a new venue in non-invasive measurement technology

orly_tarun.jpgOrly Tarun, Institute of Bioengineering, Laboratory for Fundamental Biophotonics, École Polytechnique Fédeérale de Lausanne (EPFL).  
We are interested in understanding aqueous systems at biologically relevant interfaces such as lipid bilayers. We use the orientational ordering of water to image biological membranes, thereby, providing a waters’ perspective of fundamental membrane processes.

Dynamic imaging of lipid membranes by means of water