Welcome to the Pollack Lab!
a free thinking atmosphere,
welcoming fresh ideas
Dr. Gerald H. Pollack
Jerry Pollack is a scientist recognized worldwide as a dynamic speaker and author, whose passion lies in plumbing the depths of natural truths.
He received the 1st Emoto Peace Prize and is a recipient of the University of Washington's highest honor, the Annual Faculty Lecturer Award. He is founding Editor-in-Chief of the research journal WATER and Director of the Institute for Venture Science. Dr. Pollack's (award-winning) books include: The Fourth Phase of Water (2013), and Cells, Gels, and the Engines of Life (2001).
A NOTE FROM Dr. POLLACK REGARDING
Multiple companies producing water-based products use my picture to imply that we endorse their products.
I do share personal experiences on various interviews. However, we have no formal association with any outside company; nor do I receive fees from any company producing water-based products.
Our Lab is best known for our work with water, but our interests are diverse–including energy, health, and fundamental physics.
Part of the Bioengineering Department at the University of Washington, we are located in wet and wonderful Seattle.
We are an active group, working in a stimulating environment. Apart from the usual complement of postdocs, students and staff, a distinctive feature is the many undergraduates who are consistently attracted to the laboratory because of its open, free-thinking atmosphere.
Check out our news blog for more videos, published papers, interviews, and more.
News: Pro snowboarder, Travis Rice was inspired by our work and made a film titled, The Fourth Phase.
Discovery Channel took unused clips and produced the following video. (We think it's pretty neat.)