The University of Missouri is pleased to team with ENEA and National Instruments for the 18th meeting of the ICCF to review and explore developments in condensed matter nuclear science.
There have been great advances in this discipline over the last five years by research labs and private institutions around the world. NASA, using its FERMI gamma burst satellite, has confirmed the presence of antimatter from major thunderstorms. The Naval Research Lab has confirmed that the excess heat effects reported by Fleischmann & Pons are real and roughly one thousand times larger than can be attributed to a chemical process. Other phenomena such as transmutation and nuclear process of geologic origin remain at the forefront of current inquiry. In the past, we have seen the development of pyro-electric fusion confirmed at the University of California Los Angeles and the development of piezo-electric fusion continues today. Clearly condensed matter nuclear science is undergoing a renaissance.
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