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Speakers: Move to Posters


Photo Name, Affiliation Title of Talk Abstract PresentationVideo
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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. 
The role of water in DNA detection by PCR


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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Nonlocal quantum phenomena in macroscopic systems: 1k replication experiments with Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy in water

WonKim.jpg Won H. Kim, Yonsei University Wonju College of Medicine in Korea
Ph.D in Biochemistry from Oxford University. Chief subjects in orthodox Biochemistry were protein structure and gene control. Currently focusing on energy medicine and water science. Authored many books and invented revolutionary items utilizing inherent 3D wave of matter. 
Water memory leads to science of new paradigm beyond materialism
Antonov.pngAnton Antonov
The water energy spectrum – biography of water

AndrewHolster.png Andrew Holster
I have worked on numerous projects (about 50) in many sectors, over 30 years. This includes large and small business and software innovation projects, science and social science research projects, educational and creative projects. Learn more...
EM treatment effects on water transport in a plant: explanatory challenges

Arieh Ben.png Arieh Ben-Naim, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Present fields of interest - Theoretical and experimental aspects of the structure of water, aqueous solutions and hydrophobic hydrophilic interactions. General theory of liquids and solutions and many others. Learn more...
Solvent Induced effects in Protein Folding and Protein Association

Everine.png Everine van de Kraats
Her present interest is to investigate and understand water ‘functionality’ in living systems. Her last work distinguished tap water before and tap water after going through a ‘water vitalizing’ device using NIR spectrometry with aquaphotomics approach. Learn more...
Investigating water functionality

FZ.png Francesco Zerbetto, Università di Bologna, Bologna, Italy
His research, in computational and theoretical chemistry, has covered vibrationally resolved electronic spectroscopies, tunneling effect, nonlinear optics, carbon nanostructures, chirality, interlocked molecules, surface science, self-assembly, anomalous diffusion and modeling of living cells. Learn more...
Hydrophilic and hydrophobic interactions: from materials to living cells

Suarez.png Frank Suárez, Obesity Society Washington
Today, Frank is an educator and a social communicator on topics related to health. He is also the creator of an educational video blog, called MetabolismoTV.com, which is viewed monthly by more than 5 million people world-wide.
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Water and the mysteries of human metabolism

Greg.png Greg Nigh, Immersion Health, Portland, Oregon, USA 
Naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist
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Sulfur, Water, and Light: The Golden Threads That Weave Our Health Together

Halina.png Halina Abramczyk, Lodz University of Technology, Lodz, Poland
She is a full professor of Chemistry at the Lodz University of Technology in Lodz, Poland. She received her Master of Science degree in physics from the University of Lodz and Ph.D. degree in physical chemistry in 1982 from the Lodz University of Technology. Learn more...
Interfacial and dangling water as a “hydration fingerprint” in normal and cancerous human tissue

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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The quest for biofield



demeo.png James DeMeo, Orgone Biophysical Research Lab
Unusual energetic properties of "living water"
Wilhelm Reich's discoveries on cosmic life-energy
Ether-Drift experiments with positive results
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Anomalous “living” spectrographic changes in water structure

Oschman.png Jim Oschman
He is one of the first academic scientists to investigate the scientific basis for complementary and alternative therapies. His award-winning research is compiled in two classic books, Energy Medicine: the scientific basis, and Energy Medicine in Therapeutics and Human Performance. 
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A new look at memory and morphic resonance


Klinghardt Dietrich 



Konstantin.pngKonstantin 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. 
Analysis of structural properties of water with electrophotonic imaging technology

Lars Folke Olsen ed.png Lars Olsen, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 
His  special interests include use of non-linear dynamic methods to study temporal behaviour in biological systems. Learn more...
Regulation of glycolytic oscillations by the dynamics of intracellular water


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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Protein structural dynamics and interactions modulated by infrared light

Kubny.png Manfred Kubny, St. Leonards Akademie gGmbH, Berlin, Germany
He is Sinologist and specialized into the Traditional Chinese Life Sciences. In his doctoral thesis he explained the history of ideas of the concept Qi due to the meaning as a concept of a force creating life. Learn more...
Water in western and Chinese culture - a comparative survey

Marc Henry ed.png Marc Henry, CNRS/Université de Strasbourg
Chemist expert in the elaboration through molecular and/or crystalline self- assembly and characterization of titanium(IV)-based or molybdenum(VI)-based materials. Learn more..
Water coherence domains revisited

Mark Burr.pngMark Burr, Primary Water Technologies LLC
He has mission to be the first global water exploration and production (Water E&P) venture using a programmatic approach to explore for and produce earth-generated Primary Water using advanced remote sensing, geophysical data analytics, pinpoint locating and precision drilling. Learn more...
An Introduction to Primary Water

Cifra M.png Michal Cifra, Institute of Photonics and Electronics, Czech Academy of Sciences
His long term vision is to explore novel paths to future electrodynamic and electronic therapeutic and diagnostic methods in biotechnology and medicine. Learn more...
Microwave and optical bioelectrodynamics at the nanoscale and molecular level

Pedro.png Pedro Flecha, Illatec Study Group, Lima, Peru
Permanent interests: Astroblemes, El Nino, Earthquakes, Mars, Poetry (Books)  Anarchist polítical activism (Journaism) Ancient Andean culture (Books) technology and Art (Book and painter) Unusual meteorites in collaboration of Chinese scientists. Learn more...
UV + water, a design for a new clean energy frontier

Vadgama.png Pankaj Vadgama, School of Engineering and Materials Science, Queen Mary University of London, UK
His research interests are in electrochemical biosensors for Point of Care Testing, in particular minimally invasive sensors for oxygen, ion and metabolite monitoring in tissue and sweat. He has over 40 years of experience in the adaptation of biosensor chemistry to direct, practical use in biofluids and has over 200 publications on biosensors and biomaterials. 
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Electrochemical determination of diffusion coefficients: observations at tissue matrix barriers and major anomolies in constrained channels.

Ren.png Quansheng Ren, Department of Electronics, School of EECS, Peking University
His research interests include neuromorphic engineering, photonic neuromorphic system, learning dynamics, and electromagnetic & quantum biology. Learn more...
Effect of magnetic rotator on the exclusion zone of water

haralick3.jpgRobert Haralick, Graduate Center, City University of New York
He has been one of the leading gures in computer vision, pattern recognition, and image analysis. International Association for Pattern Recognitionf awarded him for contributions in image analysis including remote sensing, texture analysis, mathematical morphology, consistent labeling, and system performance evaluation. Learn more...
Changing Water Properties With Lasers, Magnets, Crystals, Geometry and Conscious Intention
Tsenkova.pngRoumiana 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 as New Technology for Water Measurement and Understanding

Greber.png Thomas Greber, Physik-Institut, University of Zürich, Switzerland
His main interests are sp2 hybridized single layer templates on transition metals and 4f single molecule magnets on such surfaces that he investigates with photoemission and scanning tunneling microscopy.
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Water on an inorganic surface

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.
Iterative procedures to highlight the formation of molecular aggregates of water molecules in pure perturbed water

Vladimir.pngVladimir 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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Should the new evolutionary synthesis acknowledge “memory of water” and the tendency to self-organization of aqueous systems?

Vysotskii-2017.jpg Vladimir Vysotskii, Kiev National Shevchenko University, Radiophysical Faculty, Kiev, Ukraine
During the whole period of work he has performed investigations on several main topics: 
Theory, investigation, creation and using of new generation systems of the coherent, intensive and directed short-wave X-ray and gamma-radiation ...
New methods of coherent physics, nuclear physics and nuclear optics of condensed matter ...
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Accelerated deactivation of water solutions of reactor radionuclides by transmutation to stable isotopes in growing microcultures (prehistory, experiments, theory, perspectives)