LENR Lecture to be Held at the University of Northern Iowa

Thanks to Andreas Moraitis for pointing out this press release about an event to be held at the University of Northen Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa on March 10th:

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — The University of Northern Iowa will host a lecture on low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR) at 7 p.m., Monday, March 10, in the Center for Energy and Environmental Education Auditorium.

Tom Wind, an Iowa Department of Natural Resources officer, will provide information on this relatively new technology. LENR allows controlled fusion of hydrogen into helium in small modular reactors that can fit on a tabletop. This results in thermal energy with no radiation dangers, radioactive byproducts or combustion of fossil fuels, at a much lower cost than traditional fossil fuels.

This lecture is sponsored by the Recycling and Reuse Technology Transfer Center (RRTTC). For more information, contact Jennifer Bruss, RRTTC program and community outreach coordinator, at 319-273-3689 or [email protected]

  • Buck

    I just received the following response from Jennifer Bruss.

    “We will be taping it and have it posted and available for viewing online
    later. We will send out an email when that become available. Thank you.”

    • ecatworld

      Thanks very much for the info. I am planning on being there — it will be interesting to see who attends. It doesn’t seem to be a University sponsored event — more of a community lecture on an environmental theme.

  • friendlyprogrammer

    This is awesome news. Every new University standing behind LENR is good news. I think we will find it is just one guy who reads fringe science surrounded by a dozen dinosaurs still claiming it’s impossible, and less than 20 people will attend.
    BUT it is still nice

  • Freethinker

    Sorry Frank for spamming with this off topic stuff, but I thought it was very interesting:

    Run into a transmutation article in KitCo Tech Metals Insider:
    http://bit.ly/1egYTUQ
    Lewis Larsen (Lattice Energy LLC) is cited extensively about the possibilities of transmutations and LENR.

    • friendlyprogrammer

      This is where the Widom-Larsen Theory came from. This is one of the Theories NASA Zawodny and Bushnell have cited.

  • Buck

    For those interested, I just asked the question of Jennifer Bruss on whether this lecture will be streamed over the internet. If the answer is Yes, I will post the information.

    • ecatworld

      Thanks, Buck.