David J. French, a lawyer specializing in Patents and Intellectual Property is the guest on the Cold Fusion Now! podcast.
A graduate of McMaster University in Engineering Physics and of the University of Toronto Law School, David French spent 35 years at private law firms and also working with the Canadian government on law reform and international patent issues. He retired to his own firm Second Counsel in Ottawa, Canada.
David is an author and has contributed to Cold Fusion Now!. He has been consulting with scientists in the cold fusion/LENR field offering patent advice and helping to secure their intellectual property.
David discusses patents and patent applications currently issued in LENR field, and how patent office policy has effected research and development in the field.
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On the 29th anniversary of the announcement of table-top fusion from the hydrogen in water, Cold Fusion Now! hosts Dr. Mahadeva Srinivasan, a nuclear physicist and Emeritus Head of Neutron Physics Division at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre in Mumbai. He co-edited the 2015 special LENR issue of Current Science journal and has jump-started several research groups.
Four different groups are investigating cold fusion/LENR using nickel-light hydrogen systems, three of them focused on generating excess heat, with one group looking for nuclear transmutations. Dr. Srinivasan had a major role instigating this work, bringing government together with academics to fund research that involves students.
Dr. Srinivasan was recently featured in an article India warms to cold fusion and he speaks with Ruby on how Indian LENR research has turned a 180 from years of drought with this new experimental activity.
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March, 2018 — The Cold Fusion Now! podcast presents William Collis, the Chief Executive of the International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, the association that serves cold fusion/LENR scientific researchers globally.
William has a degree in Biochemistry from the University of Oxford and is an expert in atomic weights. After a career in embedded software, his passion for nuclear physics led him to investigate the theoretical aspects of the LENR reaction.
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University of Marseille Professor of Physics Dr. Jean-Paul Biberian is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science and author of Fusion in All Its Forms: Cold Fusion, ITER, Alchemy, Biological Transmutations with Foreword by Stanley Pons.
He began researching cold fusion in 1993 until he retired to work in his own private laboratory. He speaks with Ruby about his current research and collaborations, as well as the newly-formed French Society of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science.
Ruby Carat hosts the fourth episode of the Cold Fusion Now! podcast series that surveys the present state of knowledge in cold fusion/LENR.
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Nuclear physicist and LENR theoretician Dr. Andrew Meulenberg talks about deep-orbit electrons as an explanation for LENR, and how this model addresses the vast variety of data in LENR experiments.
After retiring from Draper Laboratories, Dr. Meulenberg was visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Science, where he again met up with former colleague Dr. K.P. Sinha, a theoretical physicist and solid-state scientist, beginning a 10-year collaboration on cold fusion theory.
Ruby Carat hosts the third episode of the Cold Fusion Now! podcast series that surveys the present state of knowledge in cold fusion/LENR.
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