Chris Burres - SES Research
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Chris Burres is a research engineer and scientist whose primary mission is to help people live longer, healthier, pain-free lives. Burres has a diverse background in the field of inventions, manufacturing, and internet technology. With a BS in Mechanical Engineering (Minors in Computer Science and Math) from University of Houston, Burres is a co-inventor of patents related to the use of explosives in downhole oil well drilling, a co-inventor of the most efficient fullerene manufacturing equipment in use since 1991, and co-owner of a company that manufactures a unique product containing a Nobel-Prize winning molecule that has been shown to extend the lifespan of test subjects by 90 percent.

Chris Burres


In 1991, Burres co-founded SES Research, the first company to deliver commercial quantities of Carbon Nanomaterials. In 2012, his company provided the raw ingredient, ESS60 to a group of researchers which ultimately led to the longest longevity experiment known to man. In the now famous study, referred to as the “2012 Paris Baati Study”, the test subjects, rats, lived 90 percent longer than the control group and unlike the control group none of them died with tumors. This Nobel-Prize winning molecule began to quickly produce tens of thousands of testimonials from users and inspired Burres to fulfill his mission to help others to live pain-free, healthy lives, or as he likes to say, Live Beyond the Norms. He has made a conscious choice to increase awareness of this product, throughout the United States and beyond. In an effort to expand the knowledge around his company, he is currently working with Oura Ring and they are jointly conducting studies to verify the positive impact the MyVitalC formulation has on sleep as already reported by many of the formulation users.

Burres’ interest in health as well as safety extends to technology – he co-wrote the health care app that Harvard medical school declared to be the most accurate online symptom checker available, and he wrote the software program for a manufacturing plant that provides a solution to the aging 2.4 million miles of pipeline which is rapidly approaching its viable lifespan and possess severe threats to our safety.

Burres is the co inventor of a number of patents including patents related to novel applications of explosives used in the production of oil and gas. Patent And

Burres is a charismatic and engaging presenter and speaker; he is the co-host of the most popular SEO podcast on iTunes with over 4 million downloads since 2009, and he performed onstage as a professional improv artist for 5 years entertaining audiences weekly at Third Coast Comedy in Houston, Texas. He has also been playing soccer for over 25 years; he played semi-professional soccer and was the Player/Coach for the University of Houston Soccer team.

Burres is also co-founder of eWebResults, one of the largest digital marketing agencies in the 4th largest city in the US, Houston, Texas.

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What is Carbon 60 (c60)

What is Carbon 60 (c60)

Carbon 60, also known as C60 or fullerene, is a fascinating molecule with a unique and complex structure. Discovered in 1985, C60 has been the subject of intense research ever since, thanks to its many potential applications in fields ranging from materials science to biomedicine. With its exceptional strength, stability, and electronic properties, C60 has the potential to revolutionize many areas of science and technology. But as with any new and exciting discovery, there are also questions and concerns about the potential risks and side effects of working with C60. In this page, we’ll explore the properties of C60, its potential applications, and what we know about its risks and benefits.