There seem to be an abundance of meetings about LENR going on these days — this is one that is starting today at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg Virginia, USA:
A glance at the list of attendees shows some familiar names: Rob Duncan, Dennis Bushnell, Michael McKubre, Peter Hagelstein and Jed Rothwell are names that I recognize. The announcement on the front page of the site reads:
Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) offer the prospect of clean, inexpensive, limitless, nonfossil renewable energy. The symposium will review LENR’s current theoretical and experimental status, including updating recent results. Expert panel discussions will evaluate the present state of the art and define future directions, including establishment of criteria for creating university-based, state-of-the-art LENR research and development centers.
One would think that with so many international meetings going on these days that information about LENR would eventually start to filter into the public consciousness. We’ve thought that before, of course, but still there seems to be some kind of barrier that keeps attention within a small sphere of interest. It will be interesting to learn of any significant news or information coming out of this conference.