Arturo Solis Herrera
Director and Professor
Human Photosynthesis Research Center
Dr. Arturo Solís Herrera, MD, PhD., has been Graduated from Institute Polytechnic Nacional, from CDMX, in 1978 as Medicine Doctor, with the specialties including Ophthalmology, in the National University of Mexico, and Neuro-Ophthalmology, at INNN, México. Later on he obtained his Master Science Degree from University of Aguascalientes, México, and thereafter a PhD in Pharmacology, Universidad de Guadalajara, México. Dr. Solís Herrera is director and founder of Human Photosynthesis® Research Center, in Ags., México, in 2007; where he has continued his research until today.
The discovery of a biochemical process, that from a molecule that exists on the skin, hair and coating the human retina but can be produced artificially, (melanin or polihidroxiindol), is capable of breaking the molecule water, separating the hydrogen and oxygen and extracting energy from this process. The raw material of this invention is abundant in nature, as its core components are water and a molecule that exists in the skin, hair and the lining of the human retina, but that can be produced artificially: melanin or polihidroxiindol.