The purpose of the Hydrogen Biology Research Centre (HBRC) is to further “Applied Research” in the biological use of Hydroxygen, the gaseous electrolysed form of H20 (pure water).
The Hydrogen Biology Research Centre is a not-for-profit organisation, and all funds raised for a particular project are dedicated to that specific project and outcome. A global scientific community is encouraged to engage and contribute towards this immense undertaking across the many associated fields of expertise with real-world solutions the ultimate objective.
At the Core of Life
Hydrogen is a major constituent of any life form and represents more than three of every five atoms in animal species, and just under half of all the atoms in plants. Hydrogen, both its protons and electrons, appears to not only enable, but also optimise energy production by mitochondria and chloroplast. The significance of hydrogen in biology cannot be underestimated as it is part of the very first step in mitochondrial function as well as the last, be it part of a proton pump, the transfer of electrons, and the completion of redox balance and homeostasis.
Peer-reviewed scientific documents now run into the thousands. Taken collectively they clearly identify that the deficiency of hydrogen in biological organisms costs the world well over 100 trillion dollars in lost income every single year. It underpins the health potential and lifespan of all things, and ultimately our entire biosphere (including its climate) as we know it. From a scientific viewpoint it is only now that we are beginning to understand the importance of molecular hydrogen in biology and its tremendous benefit.
- Hydrogen Driven AgricultureHydrogen gas has been found to alleviate abiotic stress in plants while increasing growth and yield under stress.
- Mitochondrial Function, ATP Production, Protein Folding & Molecular HydrogenIt has recently been discovered that ATP can facilitate correct protein folding, preventing ER stress caused by misfolding.
- How ATP is Produced in the Mitochondria and the Benefit of Molecular HydrogenAdenosine triphosphate (ATP) is often described as the energy currency of life, and every cell needs to produce it to sustain its normal function.
- ATP: The Energy Currency of All LifeIt is known – Chemical Reactions Sustain Life! Some are favourable and can be facilitated without additional energy, while others need a source of energy to occur.
- The Commensal Relationship Between Soil, Bacteria, Crops and Hydr-Oxygen GasIt is well known that crop rotation with legumes brings benefits to the subsequent crop. However, this view has been challenged in recent years.
- Biological Function
- Carbon Sequestration
- Desertification & Soil
- Elite Performance
- Prevention & Longevity
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