Our Conferences and Meetings

The Guy Foundation convenes meetings for scientists working in quantum biology and related fields. Lectures are recorded and available on our website here. If you are interested in finding out more, please get in touch using the Contact us page.

2022 Spring Series

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Session 1: Electromagnetic fields and cancer and the therapeutic perspective Click here to view
Dr Jan Pokorný, Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Professor Steve Wedge, Professor of Stratified Cancer Medicine Discovery at Newcastle University and Head of the Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Newcastle Drug Discovery Unit

Session 2: Natural products as redox modulators and the therapeutic perspective Click here to view
Professor Alistair Nunn, Visiting Professor, Research Centre for Optimal Health, University of Westminster and Director of Science, The Guy Foundation
Dr Wolfgang Brysch, Chief Scientific Officer and Chief Medical Officer, MetrioPharm AG

Session 3: Entangled Posner molecules and the therapeutic perspective Click here to view
Professor Matthew Fisher, Professor of Physics, University of California Santa Barbara 
Dr Dave Ecker, Co-Founder and Vice-President of Strategic Innovation, Ionis Pharmaceuticals

Session 4: Light-matter interactions and the therapeutic perspective
Professor Gregory Scholes, William S. Tod Professor of Chemistry, Princeton University
Dr Lise Hébert, Senior Vice-President, Research and Clinical Affairs, Klox Technologies
Brent Vaughan, CEO, Cognito Therapeutics

2021 Autumn Series

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Professor Douglas C Wallace, Director, Center for Mitochondrial and Epigenomic Medicine at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute: Electromagnetic coupling in the biological context Click here to view

Professor Michael Hamblin, Distinguished Visiting Professor, Laser Research Centre, University of Johannesburg: Mechanisms of photobiomodulation and application to the brain Click here to view

Professor Jack Tuszyński, Professor of Physics and Adjunct Professor of Oncology, University of Alberta: Quantum neurobiology and electrodynamic therapeutics Click here to view

Professor Margaret Ahmad, Director of Research, Institute of Biology Paris-Seine, Sorbonne University: Therapeutic application of light and electromagnetic fields to reduce hyper-inflammation triggered by COVID-19 Click here to view

Professor Christoph Simon, Institute for Quantum Science and Technology & Hotchkiss Brain Institute, University of Calgary: Potential roles of radical pairs and photons in the brain Click here to view

2021 Spring Series

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Professor Geoffrey Guy, Founder and Chairman, The Guy Foundation: ‘Introduction to The Guy Foundation: our philosophy and aims’ Click here to view

Professor Alistair Nunn, Director of Science, The Guy Foundation; Visiting Professor, University of Westminster: ‘The shape of life from the beginning: the role of electromagnetic fields in the prebiotic world’ Click here to view

Dr Philip Kurian, Quantum Biology Laboratory, Howard University; Scientific Advisor: ‘What is life today? Light as scaffold for biological whole-system approaches, and the future of quantum immortality’ Click here to view

Professor Masashi Aono, Graduate School of Science and Technology, Keio University: ‘Amoeba-based combinatorial optimization problem solver as a potential platform for quantum-bio computing’ Click here to view

Dr Michal Cifra, Institute of Photonics and Electronics, The Czech Academy of Sciences: ‘How do cells generate and respond to electromagnetic fields?’ Click here to view

Professor Li-Huei Tsai, The Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: ‘Noninvasive sensory stimulation to induce gamma entrainment and neuroprotection’ Click here to view

Professor Judith Klinman, School of Chemistry, UC Berkeley: ‘At the interface of quantum and classical behavior in nature: looking into the eye of quantum tunneling in enzymes and the role of a noisy environment’ Click here to view

2020 Autumn Series

Does biology utilise environmental noise to amplify quantum effects?

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Professor Giuseppe Vitiello, Honorary Professor of Theoretical Physics, University of Salerno: ‘On the wave of coherence. Biology beyond the atomist standpoint.’ Click here to view

Professor Gábor Vattay, Head of Department, Department of Physics of Complex Systems, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest: ‘Quantum criticality in biological molecules’ Click here to view

Professor Gregory Scholes, William S. Tod Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Princeton University: ‘What is coherence and how is it harnessed in biology?’ Click here to view

Professor Marco Pettini, Professor of Theoretical Physics, Aix-Marseille University: ‘Fröhlich coherence and its role in higher consciousness’ Click here to view

Professor Nick Lane, Professor of Evolutionary Biochemistry, Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment, University College London: ‘Was tunnelling required at the beginning of life?’’ Click here to view

2020 Spring Series

Dr Philip Kurian, Principal Investigator and Founding Director, Quantum Biology Lab, Howard University, Washington DC: New Horizons in quantum biology: plasmon, exciton and phonon correlations in biomolecular systems.
Dr Kurian gave a similar talk to the American Physical Society, click here to view (starts at 1 hour 16 minutes)

Professor Wayne Frasch, Biomedicine and Biotechnology faculty group leader, School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University: Energy harvesting by living organisms. Click here to view

Dr Edward J Calabrese, Professor in the School of Public Health and Health Sciences, University of Massachusetts: Hormesis: biological foundations, medical and public health implications. Click here to view

Professor Michael Levin, Director of the Allen Discovery Centre at Tufts University, Massachusetts: Reprogramming endogenous bioelectrical circuits: a new approach to regenerative medicine. Click here to view

Professor Dr Martin Plenio, Director, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Ulm University: Quantum dynamics and biology Click here to view

Colloquium on Quantum Biology and Bioenergetics, October 2019

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