Hi! My name is Nikolaj Sorgenfrei Blom and on a hot summer day in 1968, I came into the world. I have always been curious and eager to learn about water, nature and life in general.
You can call me a science adventurer, water bridger (yes, that’s a thing) and quantum biologist. I am currently a senior researcher at Center for Energy Resource Engineering, DTU Chemical Engineering.
A long time ago – which almost feels like a another life – I graduated at the University of Copenhagen and got the fine title cand.scient in biochemistry. I was eager to learn even more, which resulted in my PhD in biotechnology at DTU, that I got a couple of years later. In the following years I primarily worked with bio informatics and DNA sequencing at DTU and Novozymes.
At the moment my main curiosity revolves around understanding life -particularly in relationship to electromagnetic fields, DNA and new properties of water. I am currently establishing a research group around this emerging – and controversial – field, by some called quantum biology or bioresonance. Understanding and exploring a new, quantum coherent phase of water, similar to laser light and graphene, is a cornerstone in this endeavour.
I have been leading several research groups the past 10 years, which have lead me to take several leadership trainings/educations among others the Pathfinder leadership programme.
I have participated in polar expeditions with the project ‘The DNA of the polar oceans’ two times – first time with the Galathea 3 expedition to Greenland and Antarctica and later with the LOMROG II expedition to the North Pole.
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