Special Issue "The Emerging Role of Quantum Sciences and Radiation Biology in Biomedical Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 10046
Interests: bioresonance; molecular biology; genomics; bioinformatics; AMR—antimicrobial resistance; stem cell biology and regenerative medicine; quantum electrodynamics (coherent domains); new science of water; water structuring devices
Interests: non-ionizing radiation (ELF to THz radiation); biophotonics (ultraweak photon emissions from living samples); quantum-electrodynamics (coherence); peculiar properties of water (coherence domains); ion cyclotron resonance (Zhadin effect)
Interests: quantum molecular physics of water; water and heavywater interaction with electromagnetic fields; quantum electrodynamics; thermodynamics of interaction between electromagnetic fields and water; water solvation dynamics; water spectroscopy; electromagnetic interference with respect to viruses; prokaryotic or eukaryotic cells; solitons interaction in living organisms; electromagnetic fields and regenerative medicine; AMR—antibiotic microbial resistance; non-ionizing radiation (NIR) and ionizing radiation (IR) impact on living cells; criteria for NIR exposure limits determination for people and workers; carcinogenicity of NIR and IR in combination with carcinogenic pollutants
The discovery of the quantum properties of water and their origins in the interactions between electromagnetic fields and condensed matter provided a new perspective for investigating the detailed nature of life and its thermodynamics. Highlighting the relationship between the coherent and the uncoherent fraction of water, one responsible for life (negentropy) and the other for the displacement of free energy, it is now possible to understand the mutual exchange between coherent and uncoherent sides of water and the emerging of life from such a mutual game. Early applications of such knowledge in biomedical sciences are encouraging and they suggest that the secret of life lies in this mutual game. The aim of the present Special Issue is to collect and classify the findings of both biochemical and biomedical applications, from the arising of electric currents in water due to the complex dynamics of the Liboff-Zhadin effect, to evidence of the influence of cyclotron frequencies in the maturation of cells, as well as in the modulation of the antibiotic resistance of bacteria and the malignancy in cancer proliferation. Additionally, another aim is to correlate such unexpected results with the fundamentals of water and its interaction with non-ionizing radiation. Paraphrasing Albert Szent Györgyi, it is time to pay attention to the only two matrixes of life that are not considered by classical, natural sciences: water and electromagnetic fields!
Dr. Nikolaj Sorgenfrei Blom
Dr. Pierre Madl
Dr. Livio Giuliani
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- quantum electrodynamics
- negentropy and quantum physics in life
- impact of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation on living organisms
- coherence in water
- thermodynamics of water
- quantum sciences and biomedical applications
- ion cyclotron resonance