Links & Resources

Explore the links here to find out more about the research and science of Biophotonics and Phototherapy, also referred to as light therapy. We regularly spend some time looking for solid information about biophoton science and these links represent some of the websites that caught our attention. Enjoy!


Harry Whelan MD

Harry Whelan MD, Light Emitting Diode Therapy pioneer, NASA researcher, Pediatric Neurologist and Navy Seal:

Dr. Whelan professor of Neurology and Pediatrics at the University of Wisconsin and is director of the hyperbaric medicine unit. He has been inducted into the NASA Space Technology Hall of Fame for his research into the use of near-infrared LEDs therapies to treat diabetic eye disease, traumatic brain injury and strokes. Dr. Whelan has had projects funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and the FDA has recently approved Dr. Whelan’s latest clinical trial for the use of LED therapy on brain tumors.

Learn More – Medical College of Wisconsin

Learn More – Ben’s Research Fund



scientist physicist Fritz-Albert PoppEureka! Healing with Light:

Light may one day be used to prevent disease. For 30 years, German scientist physicist Fritz-Albert Popp has been working on experiments that are revolutionizing medicine. His research shows that at the most subtle level it is light (energy) that determines the state of health of a human body.

Learn More




American Scoiety for PhotobiologyAmerican Society of Photobiology:

The ASP promotes research in photobiology, the biological study of the interactions of light with living organisms, dissemination of photobiology knowledge, and provides information on photobiological aspects of national and international issues.

Learn More



National Science Foundation Center for Biophotonics

National Science Foundation Center for Biophotonics at UC Davis

The Center for Biophotonics Science and Technology advances research, development, and application of new optical/photonic tools and technology in medicine and the life sciences.

Learn More



NASA to use LED light system

NASA to use LED light system to help astronauts sleep

NASA’s solution to astronaut insomnia taps into the human brain’s response to light cycles. The agency is spending $11.2 million to outfit the US section of the International Space Station with LED lights. The lights simulate nature: blue in the morning, white during the day, and red in the evening.

Learn More – NASA to test LED lights to help astronauts sleep

Learn More – NASA hopes LED lights will cure astronaut insomnia



LEDs As Key To NASA's Permanent Lunar LifeSpace Farmers: LEDs As Key To NASA’s Permanent Lunar Life Support

State of the art LED (Light-emitting Diode) technology is what will drive photosynthesis to provide both food and oxygen for future lunar colonists.

Learn More




European Society of Photobiology

European Society of Photobiology

The primary aims of the Society are to co-ordinate and promote all aspects of photobiology in Europe and optimize the achievements of European photobiology across a range of scientific, technological and medical arenas.

Learn More




Photonics 4 LifePhotonics 4 Life

Photonics4Life is the European Network of Excellence for Bio-photonics. More than 20 top-of-the-line research institutes, all active in the broad domain of Biophotonics, have joined forces to establish a European platform on Biophotonics for both academia and industry.

Learn More


NASA LED technologyNASA LED technology becomes a medical device

The light-emitting diode technology was originally used to grow plants in space. But recently, the NASA technology is finding a new use in the Bone Marrow Transplant and Cellular Unit at a hospital at the University of Alabama.

Learn More



national sleep foundation

Light Therapy for Insomnia Sufferers

Exposure to this bright light helps to adjust your circadian rhythm — physical, mental and behavioral changes that follow a roughly 24-hour cycle and respond primarily to light and darkness in the environment..

Learn More



Light Therapy on WebMD

Light therapy may help with depression, jet lag, and sleep disorders. It may help reset your “biological clock” (circadian rhythms), which controls sleeping and waking.

Learn More




Dr. Mercola – Light Therapy’s Benefits:

Blue light has been found to be particularly beneficial for boosting your mood. According to previous research, blue light appears to play a key role in your brain’s ability to process emotions.

Learn More



90-day-money-back-guaranteeOur Guarantee

We are so confident you will love the DreamSpa that we offer a 90 day Money Back Guarantee!
We truly want you be fully satisfied with your purchase, even if that means we need to refund your order.


Order Now

Try the DreamSpa® No Risk with our 90 Day Money Back Guarantee!

Look and Feel Younger with the DreamSpa® The Ultimate Lifestyle Technology

Order Now