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There seems to be a misunderstanding that Cold Fusion or Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) research is not conducted at all.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  In fact, hundreds of scientists are working every day with this critical environmental issue that could potentially be the solution to our world’s energy crisis.

Below are just a sample of all the world-wide institutions, organizations and companies that currently are involved in LENR research:

Universities

  1. California Polytechnic State University (US)
  2. Faculté des Sciences de Luminy (France)
  3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (US)
  4. Mississippi State University (US)
  5. Osaka University (Japan)
  6. Portland State University (US
  7. Purdue University (US)
  8. Uppsala University (Sweden)
  9. Stanford University (US)
  10. Hacezepe University (Turkey)
  11. Shizuoka University (Japan)
  12. Tsinghua University (China)
  13. Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy)
  14. Università degli Studi di Torino (Italy)
  15. Université Pierre et Marie Curie (France)
  16. University of Illinois (US)
  17. University of Minnesota (US)
  18. University of New South Wales (Australia)
  19. University of Texas (US)
  20. University of Utah (US)
  21. University of Hawaii (US)
  22. Bologna University (Italy)
  23. University di Roma La Sapienza (Italy)
  24. CNR IPELP, Padova (Italy)
  25. Kyoto University (Japan)
  26. Tsinghua University (China)
  27. Yokohama Nat. University (Japan)
  28. Hakodate National. College of Tech ( Japan)
  29. J. Northwest Normal University (China)
  30. Hokkaido University, Engineering Dept (Japan)
  31. Kinki University , Atomic Energy Res. Institute (Japan)
  32. Tokyo U. Of Agriculture & Technology (Japan)
  33. Sichuan Union University (China)
  34. Montclair State University, New Jersey

Government Laboratories

  1. Atomic Energy Commission (France)
  2. IMRA (Japan)
  3. IMRA France (France)
  4. ENEA (Italy
  5. INFN (Italy)
  6. Istituto TeSRE/CNR (Italy)
  7. Lab. Electroch. (LEPGER) (Bulgaria)
  8. Scientific Industrial Association, LUTCH (Russia)
  9. Ins. Physical Chem., Russian Acad. Of Sciences (Russia)
  10. Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (India)
  11. National Institute for Fusion Science (Japan)
  12. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (India)
  13. High Energy Accelerator Res. Org. (KEK, Japan)
  14. Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)
  15. Joint Institute For Nuclear Research (Russia)
  16. Institut des Sciences Nucléaires (France)
  17. Los Alamos National Laboratory (US) lanl.gov
  18. NASA Research Center Langley (US)
  19. Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (US)
  20. Naval Research Laboratory (US)
  21. SPAWAR Systems Center, San Diego (US)
  22. Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
  23. Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (india)
  24.  Oak Ridge National Laboratory 8US)
  25.  Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)

Companies

  1. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (Japan)
  2. Toyota R&D Center (Japan)
  3. Royal Dutch Shell plc (UK)
  4. Boeing Research and Technology (US)
  5. JET Energy Technology, Inc. (US)
  6. Energetics (US)
  7. Brillouin Energy (US)
  8. Coolescence, LLC
  9.  JWK Technologies Corporation
Comments
  1. Roger Bird says:

    (1) I don’t see SRI. I do see Brillouin. I do see Stanford University. So I have to conclude that you think that SRI is Stanford University. Such is not the case. SRI International is an independent research firm which used to have the word “Stanford” in their name but was asked by Stanford University to remove that word, so many years ago they changed from “Stanford Research Instititue” to “SRI International”. They are not a part of Stanford University.

    (2) Also, government lab #24 there is a typo: “Oak Ridge National Laboratory 8US)” should be “Oak Ridge National Laboratory (US)”

    (3) Also, Universities #1, this is the first time I have every seen any of the California polytechnic schools lumped all together. Usually they are like “Cal Poly San Lius Obispo” or “California Polytechnical University at San Lius Obispo”, like that, separately.

    (4) I also do not see University of Missouri or Stanley Kimmel institute (same place) in your list.

    • Gerard says:

      Thanks for your comments and corrections, Roger. This list is derived from the original post, here and is from the EUROPEAN COMMISSION FOR RESEARCH AND INNOVATION, 2012.

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