Water gives our planet it's unique properties. Light and water enable life on our planet and they interact and they both provide us with information. That is the reason for our water research.
Via the light spectra We can find all sorts of vibrations in the water. These provide us with information about the structure and movements of the water.
Light can be absorbed by water and light interacts with water, in this interaction there is information exchange. Water can behave in many different ways and it determines for a large part how our biological processes work. This holds for crops, animals and humans.
Every movement in the water molecule tells us something. The light spectrum of water for example depends on the temperature and chemical reactions are supported for a large part by water. The water inside living systems also provides us with information about the state of a biological system. The water mirrors what is happening inside a system. Investigating the light spectrum, specifically in the part where the water bonds absorb light, can give us information about certain diseases or growth behavior.
Water is much more dynamic than most people think. It is a beautiful substance that all life depends on. That is why investigating water and light is crucial for the work we do. Water and light are a source of information for Water&Light. In the scientific community water is still one of the most misunderstood substances on earth. It can take many forms and behaves just a little different than other liquids at certain temperatures and pressures. Both understanding water itself as well as understanding the role of water in living systems are subject of the research performed at Water&Light.
Especially the movements of the water molecule (the atoms within) and the movements between the different water molecules can be of importance during biological processes. With very sensitive spectroscopic measurements we perform research into how water behaves in different systems.
Water is the source of life and worth researching.