In 2012, in a scientific breakthrough discovery, Mr. Greska created a non-solvent method to produce non-clustered, non-crystallized, contaminant-free, mono-molecular, food-grade, Carbon 60.
His exclusive method is the only contaminant-free Carbon 60 process to date. Bob spent 3+ years scaling up the process to produce working quantities of these clean C60 molecules. Traditional and current production methods for producing Carbon-60 contain trace contaminants from the impurities in the carbon rods and residual hydrocarbon solvent residues used to separate the C60 from the rod’s electric arc-produced soot.
After extensive scientific research, Mr. Greska realized the potential health and athletic performance benefits of ultra-clean Carbon 60 and formed Greska’s Carbon-60, Inc.
Our mission is to provide an affordable, clean, and highly bio-available Carbon 60 to support health and human performance.
We are committed to maintaining our highest standards associated with Carbon 60 production, bottling, packaging, and delivery. We strive to meet all regulatory rules, laws, and regulations to produce a high-quality dietary supplement. Our corporate headquarters and facilities are located in Littleton, Colorado
Bob Greska received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Southeastern Massachusetts University (Ranked #2 after MIT, Now Called U. Mass.) in 1978. He focused his studies on Material Science, specifically carbon, and mentored under his life-long friend, the developer of fiber optics.
Mr. Greska joined Lockheed Missile and Space in Sunnyvale, California, in 1978. After one year as a Materials Specialist with carbon fiber reinforced plastics, he was appointed as the Process Engineer to oversee the fabrication of the ceramic billets used for the Space Shuttles Columbia’s reentry heat shield tiles.
In 1980, Mr. Greska relocated to Littleton, Colorado, and provided Materials Engineering support for Carbon Fiber spacecraft structures at Martin Marietta Aerospace. He provided design support for Boeing’s 767 aircraft engine nacelle. He worked on the Venus Magellan probe and Manned Maneuvering Unit (space backpack). Bob specified, coordinated, and oversaw testing of critical Carbon spacecraft components for special programs. He was the Materials Engineering “point man” at NASA in New Orleans, supporting the Space Shuttles external tank production scale-up. He managed and ran an $8M production operation for thermal ablative heat shield paint over a four-year period.
He reported to the head of Research and Development, of Martin Marietta, developing Carbon materials used for spacecraft laser strike defense.
In 1990, Mr. Greska dedicated his life to the advancement of health and human performance founding Engineering Innovations, LLC.
Engineering Innovations was a firm that design and manufactured carbon, carbon fiber, and Kevlar structures for the medical, sports, fitness, and aerospace communities. Mr. Greska was one of the pioneers in braiding Carbon fiber.
Mr. Greska oversaw and controlled processing parameters to fabricate the ceramic billets on the first shuttle to fly.
Mr. Greska worked at NASA to initiate test programs to establish the scale-up of external tank production.
Mr. Greska tested the Megellan Venus Probe's reflective coatings to study the degradation resulting from the sun's intensity.
Mr. Greska provided material engineering support for the fiber reinforced structural frame for the Manned Maneuvering Unit.
Mr. Greska developed a revolutionary Carbon Fiber robot arm, graphite-wrapped baseball bats, drumsticks, violin bows, and many other carbon products.
Mr. Greska pioneered the modern day spring shoe, developing and testing prototypes at MIT in Cambridge, MA.
Mr. Greska produced large honeycomb-sandwich graphite-epoxy force platforms for human metabolic studies.
Mr. Greska produced large honeycomb-sandwich graphite-epoxy force platforms for human metabolic studies. He also developed electrolysis devices to separate hydrogen fuel from water and to produce healthy alkalize drinking water
Mr. Greska pioneered a personal hypobaric high-altitude simulation chamber providing known Tour De France Bicyclist a competitive edge. (see: www.Hypobaric.com)
Mr. Greska developed many electrolysis devices to separate hydrogen fuel from water and to produce healthy alkalize drinking water.
Mr. Greska developed energy return crutches and carbon-fiber prosthetics that significantly helped disabled individuals.
Mr. Greska's developed a body fitting graphite/Kevlar seat for top-fuel dragsters.