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New Scientist

Cold fusion: Science's most controversial technology is back
New Scientist
But few scientific embarrassments raised temperatures quite as much as cold fusion. In 1989, University of Utah chemists Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann announced that they had, at room temperature in the lab, tamed the process that powers the sun: ...


Scientific American

Cold Fusion Lives: Experiments Create Energy When None Should Exist
Scientific American
The company is one of several that are developing processes that collectively fall into the category of new energy technologies. This movement is largely a reincarnation of cold fusion, the short-lived, quickly dismissed phenomenon from the late 1980s ...


IAI Supports SBA 504 Program Migration Effort
Yahoo Finance
FAIRFAX, VA / ACCESSWIRE / April 4, 2017 / Information Analysis Incorporated (OTC PINK: IAIC), a publicly-traded information technology services company, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a subcontract by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) to ...

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Popular Mechanics

Congress Is Suddenly Interested in Cold Fusion
Popular Mechanics
The Committee quotes a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) assessment that says if cold fusion works, it would be a disruptive technology that could revolutionize energy production and storage. That is putting it mildly. Commercial cold fusion as claimed ...


Fortune

This investor is chasing a new kind of fusion
Fortune
This new technology, called Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) is related but very different from the cold fusion technology that in 1989 researchers Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann claimed to have licked when they revealed to the world a simple ...


New Scientist

Cold fusion is better left out in the cold
New Scientist
Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons caused a sensation when they reported in 1989 that they had fused atomic nuclei at room pressure and temperature, producing a burst of energy. But the results weren't replicable, and the field sank into ignominy.


ExtremeTech

NASA's cold fusion tech could put a nuclear reactor in every home, car, and plane
ExtremeTech
The cold fusion dream lives on: NASA is developing cheap, clean, low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) technology that could eventually see cars, planes, and homes powered by small, safe nuclear reactors. When we think of nuclear power, there are usually ...

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Popular Mechanics

In Cold Fusion 2.0, Who's Scamming Whom?
Popular Mechanics
Skeptics ripped into the report, questioning whether the testers were truly independent and whether Rossi might have rigged the results. Others are busy trying to figure out the "secret sauce" in Rossi's reactor and reverse-engineer the technology.


Forbes

Is Cold Fusion Feasible? Or Is It A Fraud?
Forbes
One of the greatest promises of nuclear physics is cheap, clean, abundant energy. While nuclear fission plants have to deal with highly radioactive materials and end-products, and the Sun -- a spontaneous source of nuclear fusion -- is 93 million miles ...


Wired.co.uk

Cold fusion continues to progress stealthily into the mainstream
Wired.co.uk
The plan is to use reactors powered by Brillouin's cold fusion technology to replace existing boilers in a conventional power station. Bob George, CEO of Brillouin, says they should produce electricity at two cents per kilowatt-hour -- about a third of ...

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