Science.gov is a web portal and search engine (Academic databases and search engines). Using federated search technology, Science.gov serves as a gateway to U.S. government science information and research results. Currently in its fifth generation, Science.gov provides a search of over 38 databases from 14 federal science agencies and 200 million pages of science information with just one query, and is a gateway to 1,900+ scientific websites. The FY 2007 Report to Congress on Implementation of The E-Government Act of 2002 noted that in FY 2007 “Science.gov experienced 6.5 million search queries across all its scientific databases and 2.6 million page views of its website.” In April 2007, Library Journal included Science.gov in its list of best references of 2006. U.S. Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham and Director of the Office of Science Dr. Raymond L. Orbach both remarked positively on the launch of Science.gov 2.0 on May 11, 2004. Science.gov is the United States contribution to the international portal.
Governance of Science.gov is provided by the interagency Science.gov Alliance. The Alliance is co-chaired by the United States Department of Agriculture and the United States Geological Survey.
LENR AT SCIENCE.GOV
529 Referenced Papers (link)
LENR at GRC (pdf)
LENR Research using CoDeposition (pdf)
Lenr:. Superfluids, Self-Trapping and Non-Self States (link)
LENR/”Cold Fusion” and Modern Physics: A Crisis Within a Crisis (link)
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