Basic Research

The mysterious element

"Water is a cosmic matter", states Johann Grander and refers to the exact dimension, in which the element water must be viewed in order to take further steps to understand it better.

At the pulse of research

GRANDER is a member of the group "Applied Water Physics" at the Dutch Water Research Organisation WETSUS, which is led by Dr. Elmar Fuchs, and is therefore, up to date in water research developments, that are seeing a definite upturn after just ticking along for decades.

Technical University in Graz re-discovers water bridge

Philipp Ball, long-time editor of "Science", a reputable scientific magazine explained in 2008, "It's embarrassing to admit it, but the stuff that covers two-thirds of our planet is still a mystery.  Worse, the more we look, the more the problems accumulate:  new techniques probing deeper into the molecular architecture of liquid water are throwing up more puzzles."