The Second International Symposium of the Physical, Chemical, and Biological Properties of Stable Water Clusters on ‘Water and Health’.
- Athenaeum, Faculty Club of California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 91107, USA
- Thursday, January 31, 2013; 7am to 8pm.
- Friday, February 1, 2013; 7:30am to 8pm.
In 1997, we held the first International symposium discussing the physical, chemical and biological properties of Stable Water Clusters. Now, nearly sixteen years later, we are honored to present our most recent research and advancements into the characteristics of Stable Water Clusters.
As science and technology advances, alternative and complementary medicines are rapidly gaining acceptance and recognition by the medical community due to the overwhelmingly positive results being achieved. Our increased understanding in these fields is in no small part due to technological advances, such as the atomic force microscope, that allow us to observe smaller particles in more detail, opening up a virtual treasure trove of information otherwise unavailable to us. This symposium will be of great interest to those working with, researching, or simply interested in the fields of alternative and complementary medicine.
Our internationally renowned speakers will cover subjects such as; Stable Water Clusters and autism, Stable Water Clusters and the immune system, and establishing the science behind the meridian theory and its connection to Stable Water Clusters and health.
We believe and hope that this symposium will help foster additional research and discussions on Stable Water Clusters and the ramifications it holds in the field of medicine. It is our purpose to bridge the gap between Western Medicine and Alternative Medicine through the presentation of new scientific facts, thus paving the way for a more effective and affordable health care system.