Low Energy Nuclear Reactions Workshop in memory of Dr. M. Srinivasan

January 22, 2021 – January 24, 2021.

This is a virtual conference. Presentations are already recorded and available at the conference website: https://sites.google.com/view/lenr-workshop/home

ICCF22 Conference

The 22nd International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-22 was held September 8-13, 2019 in Assisi, Italy.

See: http://iscmns.org/iccf22/

Proceedings of the 19th Meeting of Japan CF Research Society

Proceedings of the 19th Meeting of Japan CF Research Society – JCF19
November 9-10, 2018, Ginga Hall, Iwate University

Other JCRS Proceedings:

ICCF21 Conference

ICCF-21 was held from 3 – 8 June, 2018 at The Lory Student Center at Colorado State University, in Fort Collins, CO, in the U.S. See:


The Proceedings of this conference are in the Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, Volume 29, August 2019

Videos, slides and abstracts from the conference are available here:




Books by Beaudette, Mallove and Mizuno in Kindle format

Three important books about cold fusion are now available in the Kindle e-book format:

Excess Heat: Why Cold Fusion Prevailed, by Charles G. Beaudette

Fire from Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor, by Eugene Mallove

Nuclear Transmutation: The Reality of Cold Fusion, by Tadahiko Mizuno

ICCF20, 2-7 October 2016

ICCF20, the 20th International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science was held in Sendai, Japan, 2-7 October 2016. The website is here:


Statement of Industrial Heat Regarding LENR Industry Developments

The following statement has been released from Industrial Heat for Infinite Energy Magazine today, March 10, 2016.  —Marianne Macy

Industrial Heat’s objective is to make clean, safe and affordable energy available everywhere, and in doing this we want to build a company that demonstrates respect for all. LENR is a key focus of Industrial Heat and we believe multiple technologies in this sector warrant further investigation and development.

Industrial Heat has licensed, acquired or invested in several LENR technologies from around the world. We have developed a group of LENR thought leaders, and we have built a world-class engineering team. We are pleased with the technologies we have assembled and with the group of scientists and engineers working on them. Presently, the Industrial Heat team is in the midst of assessing and prioritizing the technologies in our portfolio.

Our operating philosophy is to foster scientific and engineering rigor in the development of LENR. We will thoroughly assess data derived from sound experiments which we design, control and monitor.

Embracing failure as well as success is important, because we learn from both. Unfortunately, there is a long and continuing pattern of premature proclamations in the LENR sector.

Because of this, we encourage open-minded skepticism. We believe society suffers when technological advances and innovative experimentation are stifled; likewise, society and the industry suffer when results are promoted and claims are made without rigorous verification and precise measurement.

We value credibility through sound LENR research. That’s why any claims made about technologies in our portfolio should only be relied upon if affirmed by Industrial Heat and backed by reputable third parties who have verified our results in repeated experiments.

Our portfolio of work has never been stronger and we remain excited about the potential we see. This optimism is grounded in more than just hope, yet a great deal of work remains. The energy challenges of today must be met with viable, clean, safe and affordable solutions.

Edmund Storms announces new results with palladium

Dr. Edmund Storms has recently published five reports describing recent replications of the palladium deuterium cold fusion experiments. These are available at his website http://lenrexplained.com/

Description of website:

The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction: An Examination of the Relationship between Observation and Explanation by Dr. Edmund Storms attempts to bridge the gap between what is thought to be true and possible by conventional scientists and what is claimed by people advocating the reality of the cold fusion phenomenon. In addition, a new explanation is proposed that is consistent with accepted natural law and with all behavior attributed to cold fusion.

The five reports are summarized here: http://lenrexplained.com/tag/progress-report/

The individual reports are available in Acrobat format:

Study of PdD as a host for LENR

Calibration of the Seebeck calorimeter

Insights obtained during the initial study

Effect of important variables

Behavior of pure PdD This report describes excess heat up to 360 mW correlated with radiation.

Additional behavior of pure PdD


YouTube video: Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion

We have published a 6-minute video, A Brief Introduction to Cold Fusion. This video explains why we know that cold fusion is a real effect, why it is not yet a practical source of energy, and why it will  have many advantages if it can be made practical. The script for this video along with Explanatory Notes and Additional Resources is here.

Current Science, Special Section: Low Energy Nuclear Reactions

The journal Current Science, Vol. 108, No. 4, published on February 25, 2015 includes 35 papers about cold fusion, Special Section: Low Energy Nuclear Reactions. The online edition is here.



Srinivasan, M.; Meulenberg, A.

Cold fusion: comments on the state of scientific proof
McKubre, Michael C. H.

Extensions to physics: what cold fusion teaches
Meulenberg, A.


Phonon models for anomalies in condensed matter nuclear science
Hagelstein, Peter L.; Chaudhary, Irfan U.


Development status of condensed cluster fusion theory
Takahashi, Akito


Model of low energy nuclear reactions in a solid matrix with defects
Sinha, K. P.


Selective resonant tunnelling — turning hydrogen-storage material into energetic material
Liang, C. L.; Dong, Z. M.; Li, X. Z.


Coherent correlated states of interacting particles — the possible key to paradoxes and features of LENR
Vysotskii, Vladimir I.; Vysotskyy, Mykhaylo V.


How the explanation of LENR can be made consistent with observed behaviour and natural laws
Storms, Edmund


Introduction to the main experimental findings of the LENR field
Storms, Edmund


Review of materials science for studying the Fleischmann and Pons effect
Violante, V.; Castagna, E.; Lecci, S.; Sarto, F.; Sansovini, M.; Torre, A.; La Gatta, A.; Duncan, R.; Hubler, G.; El Boher, A.; Aziz, O.; Pease, D.; Knies, D.; McKubre, M.


Highly reproducible LENR experiments using dual laser stimulation
Letts, Dennis


Sidney Kimmel Institute for Nuclear Renaissance
Hubler, G. K.; El-Boher, A.; Azizi, O.; Pease, D.; He, J. H.; Isaacson, W.; Gangopadhyay, S.; Violante, V.


Progress towards understanding anomalous heat effect in metal deuterides
Azizi, O.; El-Boher, A.; He, J. H.; Hubler, G. K.; Pease, D.; Isaacson, W.; Violante, V.; Gangopadhyay, S.


Replicable cold fusion experiment: heat/helium ratio
Lomax, Abd ul-Rahman


Observation of radio frequency emissions from electrochemical loading experiments
Kidwell, D. A.; Dominguez, D. D.; Grabowski, K. S.; DeChiaro Jr, L. F.


Condensed matter nuclear reactions with metal particles in gases
Cravens, Dennis; Swartz, Mitchell R.; Ahern, Brian


Use of CR-39 detectors to determine the branching ratio in Pd/D co-deposition
Mosier-Boss, P. A.; Forsley, L. P.; Roussetski, A. S.; Lipson, A. G.; Tanzella, F.; Saunin, E. I.; McKubre, M.; Earle, B.; Zhou, D.


Brief summary of latest experimental results with a mass-flow calorimetry system for anomalous heat effect of nano-composite metals under D(H)-gas charging
Kitamura, A.; Takahashi, A.; Seto, R.; Fujita, Y.; Taniike, A.; Furuyama, Y.


Condensed matter nuclear science research status in China
Dong, Z. M.; Liang, C. L.; Li, X. Z.


Dry, preloaded NANOR®-type CF/LANR components
Swartz, Mitchell R.; Verner, Goyle M.; Tolleson, Jeffrey W.; Hagelstein, Peter L.


Directional X-ray and gamma emission in experiments in condensed matter nuclear science
Hagelstein, Peter L.


Observation and investigation of anomalous X-ray and thermal effects of cavitation
Vysotskii, V. I.; Kornilova, A. A.; Vasilenko, A. O.


Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project status review
Valat, Mathieu; Hunt, Ryan; Greenyer, Bob


Observation of neutrons and tritium in the early BARC cold fusion experiments
Srinivasan, Mahadeva


Introduction to isotopic shifts and transmutations observed in LENR experiments
Srinivasan, Mahadeva


Transmutation reactions induced by deuterium permeation through nano-structured palladium multilayer thin film
Iwamura, Yasuhiro; Itoh, Takehiko; Tsuruga, Shigenori


Biological transmutations
Biberian, Jean-Paul


Microbial transmutation of Cs-137 and LENR in growing biological systems
Vysotskii, V. I.; Kornilova, A. A.


Energy gains from lattice-enabled nuclear reactions
Nagel, David J.


Lattice-enabled nuclear reactions in the nickel and hydrogen gas system
Nagel, David J.


Summary report: ‘Introduction to Cold Fusion’ — IAP course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Verner, Gayle; Swartz, Mitchell; Hagelstein, Peter


Status of cold fusion research in Japan
Kitamura, Akira


Condensed matter nuclear reaction products observed in Pd/D co-deposition experiments
Mosier-Boss, P. A.; Forsley, L. P.; Gordon, F. E.; Letts, D.; Cravens, D.; Miles, M. H.; Swartz, M.; Dash, J.; Tanzella, F.; Hagelstein, P.; McKubre, M.; Bao, J.