The Next Generation of Regenerative Medicine

Current technologies targeting the genetically-specified cellular hardware are just the beginning.  Definitive approaches to health and regeneration require decoding the software of life. Cells join into tissue networks that offer not just complexity but collective intelligence, as they create and maintain the structure of the body.  We are using state-of-the-art tools of cognitive science, computer science, and developmental biophysics to interface to this intelligence.  
An especially powerful modality is bioelectricity: like neurons in the brain, all cells in the body use bioelectrical signals to coordinate their activity toward complex healthy organs. By targeting the problem-solving capacities inherent in living matter – from molecular networks to whole-body organ systems – we unlock new frontiers in biomedicine and human health.

Dr. Levin has shown that bioelectricity is an “operating system” that governs the self-assembly and repair of tissues and organs

This operating system is a master control system that operates ABOVE the level of genetics. Essentially, your genes carry instructions on how to make the hardware in the body – bioelectricity is the software that makes the hardware work. It operates at all scales of biological structures, between cells and across the entire body.

Meet Dr. Michael Levin

Dr. Michael Levin of Tufts University and the Wyss Institute at Harvard University is a developmental biologist who is leading our understanding of bioelectricity.


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Research Papers

A Large Body of Peer-reviewed Work

Dr. Levin has published more than 400 research papers in esteemed academic journals such as  Nature, Cell, PNAS. His work has also been featured extensively within mainstream media, including within The New Yorker, TED Talks, Wired, The New York Times and the Lex Fridman podcast.

Areas of Immediate Impact


Neutralize cancer cells to offer superior treatments

From Dr. Levin’s work, we now know the bioelectric signature of cancer cells, and by tracking these bioelectric changes we can better identify when and where cancer is forming.

Cancer cells retain the ability to normalize, and by communicating with these cell groups we can reconnect cancer cells to their environment and revert them back to healthy cells – without the use of toxic chemotherapies.

This is a dramatically different approach to today’s current cancer treatments which focus on killing cancer cells, which ultimately kills healthy cells in the process.

Aging & Longevity

Seek out damaged tissue to perform therapeutic tasks

Altering the electrical patterning gives scientists control to direct our cells to do what is needed within the body to heal.

Data indicates that bioelectric patterns are lost during aging, and we may be able to reset the bioelectric patterns to treat the fundamental, underlying cause of aging and aging-related diseases.

Let’s Create Astonishing Science Together.