New Invention: Bioshield chip

An inventor from Switzerland presented at the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva 2014 the invention: “Bioshield chip”.

Red blood cells in humans contain haemoglobin molecules. The waves emitted by cell phones polarize these molecules. The polarized red blood cells the stick together, causing clumping, which reduces their oxygen absorption capacity and causes general fatigue and more serious health problems.

The Bioshield chip prevents the clumping phenomenon. This chip is made of nanoparticles of oxides of rare earth elements which have been programmed and mixed with a neutral agent. When stimulated by the harmful waves emitted by the cell phone, the chip produces a counter-phase resonance which turns them into linear and biocompatible waves, rendering them harmless to the user.

This invention has a potential for broad international application. The inventor is interested in commercialization of this invention and is seeking appropriate interested manufacturer. European Patent Registration and Consulting Services GmbH has made direct contact with the inventor and has access to information about the invention directly from the inventor. Interested parties for the invention can contact European Patent Registration at