Founder of Double Helix Water, Inc. and D&Y Laboratories
David L. Gann’s scientific career spanned over 30 years. Mr. Gann was responsible for designing and constructing the company’s state-of-the-art laboratory, bringing together scientists from numerous fields and coordinating the research that led to the discovery and utilization of Stable Water Clusters.
The laboratory Mr. Gann built features a Class 100 clean room and an Atomic Force Microscope (the most advanced microscope existing today), a highly advanced water filtration system and a production line. Mr. Gann’s scientific, engineering, and management experience covered three decades as an integral member of numerous scientific teams.
He had been successful in developing cutting-edge technologies: such as the first ultra-high-density magnetic recording medium for Zwan Magnetics (early 1980’s), which included research into the manufacture of rare-earth magnets. During the late 1990’s, in conjunction with UCLA, Mr. Gann’s began his research into the detection and labeling of nano-sized particles found in catalytic solutions.
His successes lead to isolating a 2-micron-sized ice particle (formed under specific electrical fields) that was stable at room temperatures and had potential biological and industrial applications. A similar particle, also isolated, became the center of a line of research by the Department of Immunology at UCLA as a stimulant of T-cells (human immune system), with more than 57 blind studies all demonstrating dramatic significant improvements in immune response. Mr. Gann has organized educational symposiums on crucial environmental issues, including global climate change and nuclear waste cleanup in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Energy and Los Alamos National Laboratories. Mr. Gann held a Bachelor’s Degree in Science UCM with post-graduate work in Physics.
After the founding of D&Y Laboratories, the completion of filing of patents covering the technologies of stable water clusters, and spearheading research with the intention of improving the lot of citizens worldwide Mr. Gann passed away on June 3rd, 2013.