Radiocarb Genetics is interested in developing collaborations with other researchers who are also interested the following areas of research:
- Measuring the effects of carbon-14 decay in radiocarbon-enriched single and double-stranded oligonucleotides and oligopeptides.
- Investigating the health impacts of radiocarbon pertaining to cancer, birth defects, and aging. One way this can be accomplished is through studies using mice or other organisms with cohorts fed diets having normal (natural background), highly reduced, and highly elevated levels of radiocarbon.
- Optimizing conditions for growing algae or other photosynthetic microorganisms using low radiocarbon CO2 from fossil fuel emissions, and maximizing their amino acid and nucleotide yields.
Interested researchers or research sponsors can contact us at email@example.com.