Jim has served as a managing member of Advanced Biotechnologies, LLC since co-founding the firm in 2013. With a focus on strategy and business development, Jim’s entrepreneurial track record includes founding/co-founding two prior start-ups that implemented innovative and disruptive technology based solutions that changed the way their respective industries did business. Both firms were sold to public companies (Siemens and Comfort Systems USA) and were successfully integrated into these firms’ product and service offerings. Prior to starting his own businesses, Jim held executive positions in the technology world at companies such as Apple Computer and NeXT. Jim is married with 4 children and living in Brewster, MA.
Colin is co-founder of Advanced Biotechnologies, LLC and leads technical development and product strategy for BioCharger. He has been actively involved in development for more than 27 years and his expertise lies in conceptual design, the design and development of software, and hardware and product development. Prior to co-founding Advanced Biotechnologies, LLC, Colin served as co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Site Controls, an energy management company, which was acquired by Siemens in 2010. While at Site Controls, Colin designed a fully web based versatile EMS product and was also responsible for leading a large project that was awarded the prestigious ETA award by Eskom (electricity supplier of South Africa). Colin is a registered Professional Engineer, and obtained a Bachelors of Science in Engineering at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. Colin moved from South Africa to the United States in 2001. Colin resides in Austin, TX and is married with 3 children.
Jim brings more than 25 years of subtle energy research and development experience to the team, which led to the introduction of the original BioCharger concept in 1993. In 1988, Jim was privileged to have studied under Dr. Orville Fitz, a protégé of Nikola Tesla which led to Jim’s experimentation with Tesla coil and multiple wave oscillation (MWO) technologies. He then experimented with combining various Nobel and Inert gas filled tubes to incorporate the visible light spectrum, and applied the concept of pulsing frequencies from Rife and Lakhovsky to form a unique and hybrid subtle energy platform. In a few short years, his company Advanced Technology Concepts (ATC) had accomplished what no others previously had by discovering how to unlock the benefits of multiple subtle energies simultaneously and wirelessly. Advanced Biotechnologies, LLC acquired ATC in 2013 and Jim is a now a lead on the BioCharger NG product development team. Jim attended the University of Akron and Kent State University studying Applied Math and resides in Brewster, MA with his wife and 5 children.