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Dr. Beverly Rubik
Cell: 510-529-9119

Institute for Frontier Science
Oakland, CA
United States

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Rubik, Dr. Beverly     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Beverly_Rubik)

Interests: New Energy, Cold Fusion
Nationality: USA

Edited Journals:
Frontier Perspectives

Abstracts Online:
1990Science: A Feminine Perspective

Event Attendence:
2012-10-18Seventh Annual Conference on the Physics, Chemistry, and Biology of WaterConference will attend
2011-10-20Conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of WaterConference will attend
1993-07-01United States Psychotronic s Association ConferenceConference
1991-07-01United States Psychotronic s Association ConferenceConference

Biography

Studied chemistry and biophysics to learn the interdisciplinary ways of addressing living systems. She earned a Ph.D. in biophysics at the University of California at Berkley in 1979. Since then she studied and pursued research in consciousness studies, subtle energies, alternative and complimentary medicine, all of which are considered frontier areas that challenge the dominant biomedical world view.

Dr. Rubik has published over 50 papers on these and related topics and has addressed numerous audiences in the US and abroad. Her main interests are to reveal more of the mysteries of life, to realize more of the full human potential, and to heal the rift between science and spirituality.

In 1988, she founded and directed the Center for Frontier Sciences at Temple University. There she founded and edited a journal, Frontier Perspectives, published by the Center since 1990. In 1992, she edited and published a book, The Interrelationship Between Mind and Matter, also published by the Center.

From 1992-4, she served as a member of the Advisory Panel to the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Alternative Medicine and was Panel Chair on Bioelectromagnetics. She was a member of the editorial board and contributing to two chapters in the 1995 NIH Report, Alternative Medicine: Expanding Medical Horizons. She is presently a member of the editorial or advisory boards of five journals, including the Alternative Health Practitioner, Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, and the Journal of Complementary Therapies in Medicine. In late 1995, Dr. Rubik left Temple University and founded the Institute for Frontier Science, a nonprofit corporation, to continue her work. In 1996, she was appointed to the advisory boards of a number of other organizations including the John Templeton Foundation and the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine.

Dr. Rubik is most recently the author of Life at the Edge of Science, published by the Institute for Frontier Sciences. - IRI Institute


Journals Edited by Dr. Beverly Rubik



Name: Frontier Perspectives
Editors: Dr. Beverly Rubik, Mike Carrell, Hal Fox, Dr. Martin Kokus, Dr. Milo M. Wolff
Status: Active
Founded: 1990
Website: www.temple.edu/cfs/index.html
Contact Name:
Email: cfs@temple.edu
Address:The Centre for Frontier Sciences
Temple Univ. Ritter Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19122
United States
Telephone: 215-204-8487
Description:

Established in 1987, The Center for Frontier Sciences is an open forum that networks information on the frontier issues of science, medicine and technology. The Center is dedicated to the open and unbiased examination of any theories, hypotheses, model that challenge prevailing scientific views using sound scientific methods and reasoning. It does not promote or endorse particular positions, but encourages critical review and healthy skepticism. The Center maintains high academic standards and a neutral profile at all times.

On its advisory and editorial boards are distinguished researchers, scientists, physicians, theoreticians, and engineers from throughout the world - all of whom agree with the Center's purpose as an outlet for new inquiries and ideas. The Center carries out its mission through:

  • The publication of its journal, Frontier Perspectives
  • Hosting international conferences where scientists share their thoughts on many frontier issues
  • An academic lecture series which is open to the public and audio taped
  • Internationally networking and exchanging information with scientists and students

Papers by Dr. Beverly Rubik



Science: A Feminine Perspective

(1990)

Dr. Beverly Rubik
Institute for Frontier Science, Oakland, CA, United States
Volume Nov/Dec, pp. 6-7
Keywords: Scientists

Abstract:

In Creation, Nov/Dec 1990, pp. 6-7.

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