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Business Wire (press release)

Brillouin Energy Closes Second Paid Commercial License Within the Asia-Pacific Region
Business Wire (press release)
BERKELEY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Brillouin Energy Corp. (http://brillouinenergy.com), a leading company in the low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) field, announced that it has secured its second paid commercial license of its CECR technologies.


Bloomberg

May's Own Brexit Chief Rejects Her Latest Idea on Quitting EU
Bloomberg
The use of technology and accrediting companies through “trusted trader” schemes will keep the bureaucracy for businesses -- such as the need to re-claim if they have overpaid tariffs -- to a minimum, said a British official, speaking on condition of ...

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The Hindu

India warms to cold fusion
The Hindu
Cold fusion — or its successor technologies such as Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) — remains a dead-end and a false hope for many scientists across the world. India, however, is taking tentative steps towards restarting research into it, some 25 ...


Letter to the Editor: Major advance in cold fusion touted as energy solution
The Delaware County Daily Times
MIT and Cal Tech both tried to replicate it and failed. It is now known they failed to prepare and load the Palladium with enough Deuterium for the process to start. It was a pity they didn't consult with the discoverers on how to do it or history ...


Construction Equipment Guide

Researchers Pursue Path to the Fuel of the Future
Construction Equipment Guide
Those old enough to remember the year 1989 might recall the “cold fusion” excitement of that year when two researchers at the University of Utah announced they had produced a nuclear reaction at room temperature. Most of us are more familiar with hot ...


TNW

Alchemy-powered ICO: 'Blockchain is good for money, but useless as technology'
TNW
This is precisely the question I found asking myself when I stumbled upon Synthestech: a cold fusion research firm purportedly developing cutting-edge technology for “transmutation of cheap elements into valuable elements and isotopes,” which has ...

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The Conversation US

Why nuclear fusion is gaining steam – again
The Conversation US
Also, fusion illustrates how few things can erode faith in a new technology like an imminent “breakthrough” that fails to materialize. First, there was the cold fusion debacle in 1989, when two scientists went to the media with the unverifiable claim ...

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Irish Tech News

Mats Lewan, preparing for a world that is rapidly changing
Irish Tech News
I was a science and technology reporter for about 20 yrs, mostly at the major Nordic technology magazine Ny Teknik but also as a freelance and for some time as a guest reporter at Cnet News in San Francisco, while attending as a fellow of the ...


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 ...


PlanetSave.com

On Nikola Tesla, Zero Point Energy, Cold Fusion, & Tin Foil Hats
PlanetSave.com
Philosophically, I agree with the idea of ​​sharing, but in reality, you must retain the rights if you want to develop technology.” A classic case of scientific fraud like cold fusion? Or a glimpse behind the curtain of a new and exciting energy source ...