BION, Institute for Bioelectromagnetics and New Biology, is a private research institution founded in 1990. It is registered as a research institution at the Ministry of education, science, and technology. Since the beginning, it has been devoted to fundamental and applied research in bioelectromagnetics and water science. The BION Institute has developed standardized tests concerning various devices and therapists regarding their objectively demonstrable capabilities to influence the physiology of human organisms and the vibrational state of water. It continually conducts tests and improves as well as evolves them. The institute also runs an educational program that is focused on complementary healing. Besides, it enabled many diplomas, successful master theses, and doctorates. The scientific staff continually grows in knowledge and experience and presents new scientific findings at international congresses as well as professional publications. In the past 16 years, the Institute staff also developed many practical applications stemming from the research.
"Is contemporary science capable of measuring everything there is to be measured? There is absolutely no scientific evidence that we are at the end of knowing everything there is to be known. Everybody who heard about dark matter and dark energy should remain humble. From the thirties of the previous century, physicists are still ignorant regarding the physical nature of these two vast presumed components of our universe. They are known only by their effects, yet they should represent more than 96% of the whole known universe. It is a strong indication that we live in an immense ocean of unknown matter and energy that as yet evades even our finest measuring devices. It should only very weakly interact with our known 4 % energy/matter. It gives a strong scientific and moral imperative to seriously reconsider some rather rigid views held by the majority of scientists regarding biological and other effects of various ultra-weak emissions. True scientists with sufficient moral courage should hear the calling to conduct serious research in this academically persecuted and stigmatized area."
Director and professional head of BION Institute, Prof. Igor Jerman, PhD in Biology