On Dec. 4, we published several sets of Slides From Sept. 22 NASA LENR Innovation Forum Workshop.
Today, New Energy Times reader W.H found one more set on the NASA Glenn Web site from Gustave C. Fralick and colleagues.
On Dec. 12, we uploaded a fresh copy of the Nelson slides. He provided us with a copy that included source attributions and that also corrected the spelling of Piantelli’s name.
The NASA Glenn Web site provides a brief summary of its LENR research:
“Tests conducted at NASA Glenn Research Center in 1989 and elsewhere consistently show evidence of anomalous heat during gaseous loading and unloading of deuterium into and out of bulk palladium. At one time called “cold fusion,” now called “low-energy nuclear reactions” (LENR), such effects are now published in peer-reviewed journals and are gaining attention and mainstream respectability. The instrumentation expertise of NASA GRC is applied to improve the diagnostics for investigating the anomalous heat in LENR.”