Our Projects

A new type of medical device for listening sounds of heart, brain, arteries, veins or lymph nodes not available for traditional stethoscopes. We recorded examples of new types of turbulent blood flow sounds in human heart and brain that may provide additional information about processes in human circulation system.

We have discovered proton magnetic resonances in the Earth oceanic waters that can be used to remotely build a global realtime image of various processes in the Earth oceans and atmosphere. Lightning strikes cause massive proton and electron paramagnetic resonances that can be registered thousands kilometers away by our sensors network. Resulting information is then used to build 3d MRI map of oceans and atmosphere.

Surface based technology for measuring 3d nuclear magnetic resonance images of underground mineralization structures in the Earth crust with the depths of up to 500 meters and resolution of 10 meters.