Scientists & Researchers

American physicist with an interest in altered states of consciousness, who explored links between Eastern philosophy and quantum physics.

Glen Rein is an American biochemist who has investigated the influence of human intention on DNA activity.

Joseph Banks Rhine (1895-1980) is considered the founder of modern parapsychology. An American botanist-turned-psychologist, he was the first to systematically apply experimental investigations in the field of psychical research. 

American parapsychologist and partner of JB Rhine (1891-1983), created a large collection of spontaneous cases which she discussed and analysed in several books.

Charles Richet (1850-1935) was a French physiologist and Nobel prizewinner who made notable contributions to the study of psychical research.

Retired American psychology professor who has written extensively about near-death experiences – their content, perceived meaning and implications.

British psychology professsor and psi researcher, investigating the nature of anaomalous experiences, and the psychology of belief and self-deception. 

Author, musician and paranormal researcher (1950-1990) who became a public figurehead for parapsychology through his many writings, lectures, and radio and television appearances.

American psychologist and parapsychologist (1926-2012) noted for reports of dramatic poltergeist phenomena, which he attributed to unconscious psychokinesis in emotionally disturbed young persons.

British parapsychologist, educator and author, whose research has probed the relationship between meditation and psi performance.