Important discoveries and exciting news stream like a power surge from Old Dominion University's Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics, where scientists are exploring the powers of intense, pulsed electromagnetic fields and cold ionized gases to interact with biological systems. Their research has led to new medical diagnostics, therapies and environmental decontamination technologies with worldwide impact. Leaders of the facility predict their best work is still to come.
It comes down to this. The field of bioelectrics is generating more and more interest worldwide, and when researchers want to know more about the electrical engineering, physics and biological sciences that go into bioelectrics, they often look to the Reidy Center to find the latest developments.