About Prism Research Group

Prism Research Group was founded on a simple idea: Modern man must shed his ancient body.

Humans as we know today, have not experienced a meaningful genetic evolution in an estimated 50,000 years. And while humans have remained the same, civilization has forged ahead at an ever accelerating rate. Societal and technological advances are creating new demands on the minds and bodies of an under evolved species. As recently as 1925, it was reported that only half of the United States even used electricity. Now, less than 100 years later humans are generating more than 44 billion gigabytes of data each day. We are generating and consuming information at a staggering rate, and using this information to multitask in incredibly complex and dynamic environments.


These ideas led our founder, Dr. Johan Sanguis, Ph. D, to explore cutting edge technologies in information and science to unlock the potential waiting inside each of us. Research is democratized and overhead is minimized through our unique MiCROlab (Medical, Commercial, Residential, Open source) which can be scaled to fit any available work space, and optimized through open source programming. In the same way leading tech companies harvest big data acquired through crowdsourcing, MiCROlab allows for exponential discovery opportunities. Each MiCROlab can be independently responsible for driving new research, or working iterations against network discoveries. The difference is in our proprietary machine learning network, which combines available data from popular genetic history services with experimental genetics testing compiled by each MiCROlab. 

While others may shy away from the kinds of advancements achieved through MiCROlab, we lean into the veil of the unknown to uncover potential laying on the other side. By doing so, Prism Research Group continues to lead the genetic modification conversation.

Prism Research Group believes in research based advancement for accelerated human evolution, or as we refer to it R-Evolution. R-Evolution was born of an immediate need for the human animal to catch up to the limitless possibilities of the human mind. We believe that as true human potential is unlocked, only then will we free the power lurking within all of us.

Dr. Johan Sanguis, PhD
Dr. Johan Sanguis, PhDFounder, Prism Research Group

The human mind, the body are all upgradeable using the common language of biology – DNA

The visionary founder behind Prism Research Group, and our lead geneticist. Dr. Sanguis’ breakthroughs in gene editing and unwavering commitment to distributed research through MiCROlabs has advanced the field of genomics by decades, and the human body by millennia. His unwavering ethos comes from the belief that if humans are modeled after the Gods, then godliness should be the yardstick by which we judge ourselves. Accepting anything less from our biology is a disease.

Dr. David Fefferman, PhD
Dr. David Fefferman, PhDHead of Nanotechnology

We are, at our core, fleshy computers. Biological creatures can be hacked and augmented to produce enhanced results.

An expert in bioinformatics and algorithmic modeling of the human body, Dr. Fefferman pioneered the world’s first injectable, biologically-stable nanorobots. He established multiple MiCROlabs to conduct cutting edge studies around nanorobotic’s application in maximizing the natural processes of organs, enhancing man-machine interfaces, and bringing to fruition the singularity where humanity and machines fuse in everlasting harmony.

Dr. Cadence DuCote, PhD
Dr. Cadence DuCote, PhDHead of Nuclear Medicine

Radiation-driven mutation is responsible for advanced lifeforms. It only makes sense that it would be responsible for our next evolution.

An expert in the field of radiation therapies, Dr. Ducote developed a technique that not only heals patients, but enhances them through, what she calls, “targeted mutations.” By precisely exposing tissue to specific wavelengths of radiation, biologically advantageous mutations can be coaxed from otherwise mundane flesh. Enhanced adrenal glands, the regrowth and addition of limbs, and exoskeletal hardening are but a few of her successes that have found real-world applications in the armed forces.