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. 
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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. 

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.
Biological and electrochemical sensors in measuring the informational side of matter

Alex Pope
He worked for NASA, during the race to the Moon, retired in 2007, then studied Climate for 8 years. He believes Ice on Land regulates earth temperature and sea level.
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Anibal DiSalvo, PhD in Physical Chemistry. Emeritus Member of the National Research Council (CONICET) and Full Professor in Physical Chemistry, Natl. Univ. Santiago del Estero Argentina 
His interest is to study the structural and functional properties of water in biomembranes using molecular spectroscopies, thermodynamic and kinetic analysis in monolayers and molecular dynamic simulations.
Aquaomics and waterons: water informational units at the membrane interphase. vimeo.png

Antonella  deNinno, Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, Italy
Her principal interest, as experimental physicist, is to show the actual physical structure of liquid water and to detect which kind of perturbations can affect it in order to find the parameters really important for the appearance of  life.
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Bernd  Kroeplin, TAO Group, Germany 
For more than 15 years research about the memory of water and the influence of various impacts on water drops by photographing and analyzing with phenomenical methods. 
The Memory and secrets of water

Curt Hallberg
He has been studied and working with vortex technology since 1985. After having a career in the Swedish Navy he finished his studies in physics and development engineering earning a MSc. 
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Elmar Fuchs, European centre of excellence for sustainable water technology "Wetsus", the Netherlands
He is program manager Wetsus, scientific project manager Applied Water Physics. Interests are mainly about fundamental properties of water and water’s interaction with external fields, especially with high voltage (e.g. the so-called “floating water bridge”)
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Ernst Zurcher, Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
He is professor for wood science and researcher at the Bern University of Applied Science and 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 and chronobiology (rhythms in tree growth and wood properties).
Water uptake by cellulose as an indicator of variability in water properties? vimeo.png

Esther del Rio
Cellular communication through liquid crystals

Francisco Coll Sanchez, Quinton Laboratoires, Spain
Since 2002 Francisco Coll manages Quinton Laboratories in business and in his role on the science. He coordinates a group of researchers working on the action of seawater Quinton in therapy. Since 2009 he works closely with the University of Alicante (Department of Immunology) in Research and Development in several areas. Speaker at conferences and seminars on seawater and Marine Therapeutics. Guest on TV and Radio.
Marine Therapy: History and latest research

Gary Robert Buchanan,
He is Director of Wave Front BIOresonance™ Research & Development at Steamboat Healing Center in Reno, Nevada, U.S.A. Since 1975 he has been researching, developing, and teaching Sonatherapy®, a revolutionary new healing technology employing Light, Color, Sound, Water, and Subtle Energies.
SONATHERAPY®, cymatics, and photon chains: the healing potentials of sound in the body's vicinal waters vimeo.png

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.
Shift from DNA molecule to water enesemble: can it explain the origin of life? vimeo.png

James Joachim Hurtak and Desiree Hurtak, Academy for Future Science
James is a social scientist and researcher who, along with his wife, an environmentalist, has researched energy technologies throughout the world. They are the founders of The Academy For Future Science which is an international organization working around the world to better our environment.
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OxyHydrogen: An Examination of Brown’s Gas

John Stuart Reid, Sonic Age, Acoustic-Physics Research, UK
His primary research interests are focused on Faraday Wave phenomena, utilising an analog instrument he developed that renders sound and vibration visible.
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Konstantin Korotkov, University of St. Petersburg
He has led a research career for over 30 years, combining rigorous scientific method with an insatiable curiosity about things of the spirit and the soul with deep respect for all life.
Water as a material matrix for the consciousness field of humankind vimeo.png

Livio Giuliani, ISPESL, Italy
Coherent domains as negentropic engine in the frame of geomagnetic and geoelectromagnetic fields. vimeo.png

Magdalena  Kowacz, Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface, Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Her main interests are on organization of matter and order creation in water: segregation at the interfaces, soft matter self-assembly (protein folding, micelles, emulsions) or fundamentals of crystal nucleation and growth from solution. 
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Effect of infrared light on protein interfacial water. Consequences for protein self-assembly and protein-surface interaction. vimeo.png

Marc Cohen, RMIT University, Australia
Marc has spent the past 3 decades researching wellness both personally and academically across multiple disciplines that include allopathic medicine, physiology, psychology, Chinese medicine, electrical and computer systems engineering, bioinformatics, and integrative and holistic medicine.
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Water and the inner-well of being: ‘wellness’ and ‘wealth’ as properties of water. vimeo.png

MJ Pangman
She is a writer and natural scientist who has authored or ghost-written eight books for doctors, naturopaths and inventors. In the 1990s she became fascinated with water as a vehicle for the transmission of energy and information, and as a conscious participant in the dance of life.  
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Effects of deuterium -depleted water on  cell membrane integrity and overall health, as measured by heart rate variability, bioelectrical impedance analysis  and galvanic skin response vimeo.png

Nikolai Bunkin, Prokhorov General Physics Institute, Russia
Area of his scientific interest is mostly associated with experimental laser physics, in particular, the interaction of laser radiation with liquid media. He developed a non-invasive technique to study the formation of the Exclusion Zone in water near the Nafion interface; this technique is based upon taking the photoluminescence spectra in geometry of grazing incidence of the pump radiation on the interface. Furthermore, by using various laser methods, he obtained a direct proof of the existence of ion-stabilized gas nanobubbles (bubstons) in the bulk aqueous electrolyte solutions.
Non-invasive laser diagnostics of swelling nafion in water and aqueous solutions of salts vimeo.png

Roberto Germano, PROMETE Srl_ CNR Spin off, Italy
Physicist. Founder and CEO of PROMETE Srl - CNR Spin off Company. Author of numerous articles of experimental physics in international scientific journals (h-index = 8), and of some patents for industrial inventions.
Unexpected UV-fluorescence behavior of supramolecular H2O architectures  generated by perturbing pure water vimeo.png
Roumiana.png Roumiana Tsenkova, Kobe University, Japan
She works with Aquaphotomics. 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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Stuart Hameroff MD, University of Arizona, USA
He is Professor of Anesthesiology and Psychology, and Director of the Center for Consciousness Studies at Banner-University Medical Center, The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. 
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Victor Norris, University of Rouen, France
How does a cell generate a coherent phenotype from its many constituents? I am interested in possible answers from physical chemistry; these include the properties of water.
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Vitorio.png Vitorio 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.
Iterative Procedures to Highlight the Formation of Molecular Aggregates of Water Molecules in Pure Perturbed Water - The Iteratively Cellulosated Water vimeo.png

Vladimir Korenbaum, Pacific Oceanologic Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
His basic areas of interest: acoustics, hydrophysics, signal processing.
On reliability of spectral evidences of homeopathy substances electronic copying vimeo.png
Vladimir.png Vladimir Voeikov, Moscow State University, Russia
His major research interests are energy metabolism, electron transport, cell respiration, free radical’s role in bioenergetics and he is an expert in the research of water.
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Effects of plant peptides on developmental processes in plants and on redox processes in bicarbonate aqueous systems. Possible role of water vimeo.png

Yosef Scolnik, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
His work is on chirality and water basic structure. Its work  main claim: macroscopic enantiomers (in contrary to the reigning dogma) are not identical- probably via a stereospecific interaction with water, hence - water are chiral).
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Deviation from identity of macroscopic properties of enantiomers – via water chiral preference. (Is water chiral?) vimeo.png

Yoshihito Osada, RIKEN, Japan
He is one of the pioneer of polymer gels and often called as “a father of polymer gels”.
Artificial muscles - soft & wet nano-machine of the next era vimeo.png