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Phi Sciences was founded by Dr. Patrick Flanagan.  Its team of researchers is made up of scientists, doctors and businessmen who have dedicated their work to develop advancements in the nutritional sciences.  Their research includes many areas of physics, biology and chemistry in an effort to discover how nanotechnology can benefit the human body. 

On-going research includes the testing of free radicals, analysis of ATP and NADH production within the metabolism, the reduction of lactic acid and the absorption of hydride as well as many other scientific arenas with the goals of discovering links between cellular energy, aging and supplemental nutrition.

Analytical methods to achieve these goals utilize high technology methods that include: 
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (NMR): NMR is a method of analyzing the molecular structure of compounds at a higher level than previously achievable. NMR can be used for real-time monitoring of bodily reactions and to pinpoint biological actions that occur in metabolic by-product production. NMR is a vital method of studying metabolic production, structural analysis and free radical scavenging.
Oxidative Reduction Potential (ORP) Meter: ORP is an accurate way of measuring how antioxidants are able to reduce oxidants within liquid. Generally, the ORP is used together with other methods to provide a real indication of a compound's potential biological benefits.
Spectrophotometry: Spectrophotometers help scientists to perform real-time tracking of biological reactions and can show chemical reactions that occur both immediately and over time.
Electron microscopy (SEM and TEM): Electron microscopy makes possible the analysis of the compositional and surface structure of a molecule or compound.   Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) showers high resolution image-reflecting electrons on a compound so they can be seen on the surface of the compound with amazing magnification.  Tunneling electron microscopy (TEM) shoots electrons through the molecules, enabling super-magnified, high-resolution images of the compound which show its molecular make-up and any the changes that might occur in a reaction.
Ion beam analysis (IBA): IBA provides a detailed analysis of the atomic makeup of a molecule or compound, allowing scientists to precisely identify the compound being studied and to see how it might react when combined with other compounds.  

Phi Sciences also uses tested and highly-innovative ways to analyze the effectiveness and potency of its products.  Much of the company's research has appeared in peer-reviewed medical and scientific journals which validates the high level of integrity with which the company conducts its research. 

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