Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp


Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp

He has conducted research that confirms the existence of biophotons.

These particles of light, with no mass, transmit information within and between cells. His work shows that DNA in a living cell stores and releases photons creating “biophotonic emissions” that may hold the key to illness and health.

Popp’s eight books and more than 150 scientific journal articles and studies address basic questions of theoretical physics, biology, complementary medicine and bio-photons.

In 1996, Dr. Popp founded the International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss, Germany.  This institute is a worldwide network of biologist, chemists, medical researchers, physicists and other scientists at 14 universities and governmental research institutes.

In addition to his association with IIB, Dr. Popp is an invited member of the New York Academy of Sciences and an Invited Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. 

He has also worked at Princeton University and served as an executive board member for the Center for Frontier  Sciences at Temple University in Philadelphia.He has conducted research that confirms the existence of bio-photons. 

These particles of light, with no mass, transmit information within and between cells. His work shows that DNA in a living cell stores and releases photons creating “biophotonic emissions” that may hold the key to illness and health.

Popp’s eight books and more than 150 scientific journal articles and studies address basic questions of theoretical physics, biology, complementary medicine and bio-photons. 

In 1996, Dr. Popp founded the International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss, Germany.  This institute is a worldwide network of biologist, chemists, medical researchers, physicists and other scientists at 14 universities and governmental research institutes. 

In addition to his association with IIB, Dr. Popp is an invited member of the New York Academy of Sciences and an Invited Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.

He has also worked at Princeton University and served as an executive board member for the Center for Frontier  Sciences at Temple University in Philadelphia.

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