Professor Yingqing Zhang:

The founder of the ECIWO theory

 and ECIWO biology

Professor Yingqing Zhang of Shandong University who was born in 1947 is the director of the ECIWO institute, the founder of ECIWO Biology, Lifelong President of the International Society of ECIWO Biology, national ranking expert who has outstanding contribution.

ECIWO Biology is a science that studies the life phenomena of ECIWOs. Based on a lot of observation and experiments, Yingqing Zhang found that ECIWO is the new unitive unit of structure and function of organism, and finally gave a new view of entire organism-----ECIWO theory. Yingqing Zhang said that ECIWOs are the specialized embryos that compose the organism and are in some developing stages. An organism is contributed by the ECIWOs that are specialized embryos being in some different levels of developing stages.

The ECIWO theory has broken the absolute boundary among the different parts of an organism, revealing the oneness of the different parts of the organism. It also reveals that the totipotency of somatic cells of plant and animal is the most popular expressing form under the natural condition, and the general rules of the distribution of correlated parts in an organism. It explains the route of evolution, development and differentiation, the mechanism of cancer, etc. from a new angle. It was in 1985 that Professor Yingqing Zhang put forward the theory that somatic cells of an adult of mammal have totipotency and it was proved by the famous cloning sheep experiment made by British scientist in 1997.

The works of Prof. Zhan were translated into English, German, Japanese, Russian, Mongolian, Norwegian. ECIWO is a rising science. It is related with zoology, botany, embryology, genetics, physiology, pathology, biochemistry, cell biology, morphology, molecular biology, biophysics, paleontology, medicine, agriculture etc. Not only has it profound theoretic importance, but also has broad application value.

The ECIWO therapy discovered by Prof. Zhang has been applied by over 30 countries, and benefits over 1 million people. The electroeciwograph for diagnosis invented by Prof. Zhang won the highest prize at the 80th Paris International Fair of Inventions, Prix de la Mairie de Paris. The ECIWO machine for treatment invented by him provides medicine for very convenient, safe, and evident effective therapy, and can cure many kinds of diseases.

In the field of agriculture the applying of ECIWO made the increase production of potato, maize, China corn, cotton and etc.. In addition it makes great achievement in directional seed selection. ECIWO also has been applied in the fields of paleontology, plant tissue culture, gardening, Chinese herbal medicine.

Prof. Zhang has been invited to U.S.A., Sweden, Britain, Russia, Singapore, Norway, Denmark, Sri Lanka and etc. to give lecture. The congresses discussing the ECIWO theory have been held in Singapore, Norway and U.S.A. The President of United States Bill Clinton sent a congratulatory letter to the Third International Congress of ECIWO Biology and the First International Congress of ECIWO Medicine and ECIWO Acupuncture. He said,¡± All of you can be proud of your contributions to improving human health. Matching the latest insights in modern medicine with wisdom held for centuries, you have brought compassion and comfort to many. As we strive to bring the benefits of high-quality health care to people everywhere on earth, physicians around the globe can draw inspiration from your dedicated efforts.¡± Now there are many countries applying the ECIWO theory. Being experienced over 20 years the ECIWO is showing its figures such as innovation, unprecedented importance, and correctness.

Zhang¡¯s publications

1.      Y. Q. Zhang, paper "An Outline of Holographic Biology" in Holographic Biology Research (Shandong University Press, Jinan, China, 1985) pp.1-21, [in Chinese with English  summary].

2.       Zhang Y Q, in T. T. Ang and Y. Shi, ed., Progress in ECIWO Biology and Its Applications to Medicine and Agronomy, Proceedings of the First International Congress of ECIWO Biology, Higher Education Press, Beijing, 1990, 52-81. [in English]

3.       Zhang Y Q, ECIWO and Its Application to Medicine, Shandong Science and Technology Press, Jinan, China, 1991. [in English]

4.       Y. Q. Zhang, Encyclopedic Knowledge, (October 1986, Beijing), [in Chinese]; English Edition translated by Z. Y. Hu in ECIWO and Its Application to Medicine (Shandong Science and Technology Press, Jinan, China, 1991) pp. 136-143.

5.       Zhang Y Q, ECIWO and Its Application to Medicine, Shandong Science and Technology Press, 1991£¬ 136-143. [in English]

6.       Y. Q. Zhang, Journal of Shandong College of traditional Chinese Medicine, 11, 1(1987) [in Chinese text with English abstract].

7.       Y. Q. Zhang, Bio-holographic Diagnosis and Therapy (Shandong University Press, Jinan, 1987) [in Chinese]

8.       Zhang Y Q, ECIWO Biology and Medicine, Neimenggu People¡¯s Press, Huhehaote, 1987. [in English]

9.       Y. Q. Zhang, ECIWO Biology (Higher Education Press, Beijing, 1989) [in Chinese].

10.    Y. Q. Zhang, ECIWO and Its Application to Medicine (Chinese Edition, Qingdao Publishing House, Qingdao, China, 1992;  English Edition, Shandong Science and Technology Press, Jinan, China,1991)

11.   Y. Q. Zhang, New View of the Organism (Qingdao Publishing House, Qingdao, China, 1991) [in Chinese].

12.   Y. Q. Zhang, New View of the Organism, (Peace Book Co. Ltd., Hong Kong, 1992) [in English].