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Based on over two decades of foundational research and development, SOLS is dedicated to a strong research agenda to document the properties and regenerative effects of magma13 Technology. · Research


  • Molecular Biology

  • Preclinical and clinical

  • Environmental

  • Applied Materials

  • Virological

  • Agricultural

  • Spectroradiometric

  • Crystallographic and water


Human somatic cell research conducted by 'Istituto Nazionale di Biostrutture e Biosistemi' (INBB – Inter-Universitary Consortium) at Research Area of the Consiglio Nazione delle Ricerche (CNR) in the molecular biology directed by Prof. Carlo Ventura. This research over the years, has shown, the following effects of the magma13 technology:

  • Improved gene and protein expression

  • Improved cellular mechano-sensing and modulation

  • Increased Cellular Resistance to Adverse Environmental Changes

  • Improved microtubule and cytoskeleton dynamics and cellular integrity

  • Improved neural regeneration, stability and identity

  • Anti-Inflammatory Effects

  • Promotion of favourable epigenetics · Research · Research


Human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) research conducted by 'Istituto Nazionale di Biostrutture e Biosistemi' (INBB – Inter-Universitary Consortium) at Research Area of the Consiglio Nazione delle Recherche (CNR) in the molecular biology laboratory directed by Prof. Carlo Ventura. This research over the years, has shown, the following effects of a magma13 environment:

  • Enhanced Cellular Regeneration

  • Improved cell-to-cell connectedness

  • Improved Gene and Protein Expression

  • Preservation of physiological cellular dynamics and stability

  • Enhancement of stem cells potential

  • Reduction of major aging-associated/promoting factors

  • Reduction of major inflammatory and tissue derangement markers

  • Increased Cellular Resistance to Adverse Environmental Change

  • Anti-Inflammatory Effects

  • Protective anti-aging effect on human dermal stem cells

  • Decrease in Cellular Senescence

  • Increase resistance to DNA damage


Water is vital for all forms of life, especially of humans, animals and plants. It is an essential component of our bodies, comprising around 60% of our weight, being indispensable for our health and life's quality. Water plays a crucial role in all cell critical cell functions and without sufficient pure water, our organism can face severe consequences.


Water sustains ecosystems, and plays a critical role in agriculture, providing irrigation for crop growth and sustaining food production. Additionally, water is a valuable resource for industry, energy production and transportation. Its scarcity, contamination and de-vitalization can lead to major planetary, environmental, economic, health and social challenges. 


For over two decades, SOLS have been investing into pioneering water research developing innovative technologies for water preservation, revitalization and decontamination. SOLS magma13 technology applyed to water resources and supply systems has to be considered a life-sustaining contribution to humans, animals and plants, as well as a revolutionizing commercial and industrial technology with many innovative applications. · Research · Research



A promising area of applied water research was conducted in Ukraine (from 2019 to 2021), concerning agriculture crop growth and water treatment. Preliminary research has shown meaningful changes in agriculture yields, as well as improved breakdown of agriculture waste water. The researchers speculate that at scale, the magma13 technology can increase crop yields and reduce the quantities of pesticides needed in crops.

"Water structurizers further break down minerals into small particles, making them more bioavailable to plant cells. This contributes to maximum hydation of healthy water with greater absorption of nutrients and leads to increased yields, better quality, earlier maturation, long-term storage and higher resistance of plants to harmful organisms. It also reduces the amount of water, fertilizers, and pesticides applied."

Reference: Mazur, V., Tkachuk, O., Pantsyreva, H., & Demchuck, O. (2021). Quality of pea seeds and agroecological condition of soil when using structured water. Scientific Horizons, 24(7), 53-60.

Several academic papers have already been published, and further research is on-going to fully explore the potential of magma13 treated water in agriculture and commercial applications. 

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