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Science of Homeopathy and Emergent Properties of Water
Unveiling New Perspectives for Global Health

GIRI & WWL & BION Conference 2024

November 9 - 12, 2024
Ljubljana, Slovenia, Europe

Homeopathy, once considered solely a well-established alternative or complementary healing discipline, has also become a focal point for a burgeoning branch of scientific exploration.

Beyond its conventional healing practice, the foundations and mechanisms of potentized high dilutions are subject to scrutiny through an expanding body of scientific research. These investigations go far beyond clinical studies and include tissue and cellular models of different organisms and, more recently, ecology. In addition, in the last decades, the stated research has gone far beyond living beings since it extended to the physicochemical realm, studying the altered characteristics of fluids subjected to the homeopathic ultra-high dilution (UHD) process.

Extensive scientific efforts have offered convincing evidence of the altered properties of fluids treated with the UHD methodology. These findings provide substantial support for the view that the efficacy of homeopathy is rooted in the emergent properties of polar solvents, water, in particular. More than that, the water properties we learn about from UHD solutions also occur in other treatments of water or aqueous solutions. This is why we can establish a new science of emergent properties of water. It is to substantiate and make new steps in developing this science that the November Conference in Ljubljana will be dedicated, too.

This multi-faceted approach sheds light on the fundamental principles of the effectiveness of homeopathy as well as of many other non-chemical water treatments, opening up an entirely new horizon for the development of global health, ranging from individual living beings, including humans, through ecosystems to planet Earth as a whole.


Registration opens in June 2024.

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BION Institute

The BION Institute, in cooperation with GIRI and WWL, organizes the Ljubljana Scientific Conference. The Institute is involved in both organizations and also conducts its own research in the field of water science.


GIRI (Groupe International de Reherche sur l’Infenitésimal), the International Research Group on Very Low Dose and High Dilution Effects

GIRI is a professional scientific society uniting biologists, pharmacologists, physicians, chemists, physicists, and mathematicians from all over the world. The distinctive feature of the research activities of the group is the study of ultra-low dose impulses or very high dilutions, homoeopathy included. Although the mechanism of action of the very dilute solutions of active principles on biological systems is an important concern of GIRI, the Group major interest is directed towards the possible medicinal and therapeutic relevance of very low doses and high dilutions.


World Water Lab

The World Water Lab (WWL), an initiative led by the World Water Community, is dedicated to the mission of Healing Our Waters. It serves as a globally connected laboratory, uniting scientists and research facilities worldwide. Through shared expertise, equipment, and space, participants contribute to both public and private projects, advancing fundamental and experimental science.
The vision of WWL is to drive transformative change in the field of water science by fostering worldwide scientific collaboration across all disciplines. By accelerating a scientific revolution spanning various fields, they aim to shape the future of water research and conservation on a global scale.
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Conference program

In preparation ...