Posters: Move to Speakers
|Photo||Name, Affiliation||Poster Title||Abstract||Poster|
|Sonia Sheikh, University of Toronto, Department of Chemistry||Minimizing signal interference from the biological sample matrix in a biosensor for sepsis: the pivotal role of water|
|| Hans J. Eng, CEO Eng3 corporation.
His background is in material science and proteomics. He founded Eng3 corp. At Eng3, the focus is on bio-physical repair processes in cells, (ROS, water, excitation, energy transfer, proteins). He and his team developed NanoVi. NanoVi is a bio-identical signaling technology that assists and enhances the cellular repair capacity. His motivation is to provide a solution to experts in Medical/Wellness/Sport to mproves their client’s general state of health.
|Bio-identical signaling technology|
|Vesna Periček Krapež, Institute Bion, Ljubljana, Slovenia||Common denominator between molecules, water and organisms in transmitting biologically effective information|
|Sungchul Ji, Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Rutgers University, Piscataway||Water is to cell language what air is to humn language: a hypothesis|
|Tom M Pettersson, Clinical Biochemist, PhD
Independent HealthCare Professional Lean Innovations Managements Educations and Quality Facilitator and "Change Agent", Stockholm
|A case study - data driven approach restoring and maintaining wellness in a seemingly healthy person – is there a hidden role of water?|
|Jere Rivera-‐Dugenio, International Quantum University for Integrative Medicine, Honolulu, Hawaii||The disclosure of hydrolase, Atomic living water|
|Marina Nikiforova, Department of Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Chemistry, Medical Institute, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), Moscow||Control of water solutions properties through the isotope ratio d/h|
|Marina Andriyasheva, State Research Institute on Lake and River Fisheries, Russia||Informational role of water for functioning of living systems|
|Pierre Madl, Environmental Physics & Biophysics, Department of Chemistry & Physics of Materials, University of Salzburg, AT and EDGE-Institute, Oberscheffau, Salzburg, AT||Coherence Monitor - Searching for the Light of Life|