Sept. 27, 2012 – By Steven B. Krivit –
This article reports on low-energy nuclear reaction research performed by Brian Ahern, an independent researcher from Boxborough, Mass. Ahern has been researching LENRs for the past four years. He has worked on the nanomaterial and hydrogen-isotope-gas-absorption LENR method. His LENR research was partially sponsored by the Electric Power Research Institute, an independent research company that provides technology, policy and economic analyses to the companies that produce 90 percent of the electricity generated and delivered in the United States.
Ahern’s intention was to replicate the nanomaterial and hydrogen-isotope-gas-absorption experiment developed by professors Yoshiaki Arata and Yue-Chang Zhang at Osaka University beginning in 2005. (See New Energy Times story here.)
Since then, other groups, mostly in Japan, attempted replications of the Arata/Zhang work. These included a Technova-sponsored group at Kobe University, as well as a group at the Toyota Central Research and Development Laboratories in Nagakute, Aichi, Japan. (See the second and third articles in this four-part series.)
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