LENRGY performs projects to document the research of LENR investigators as a primary way of contributing to the field. Many of the researchers who began their work soon after the 1989 announcement are now leaving the field because of retirement or health issues. The large volume of research records developed over the past 30 years is at risk of being lost.

Example LENR Research Documentation Projects

LENR Research Documentation Initiative (LRDI)

The LRDI is a LENRGY program established to mitigate the potential loss of retiring researchers. The main objective of the LRDI is to help researchers make sure that their records are preserved and kept available for additional analysis and interpretation as the LENR field continues to progress. Because the records have promise of helping realize the benefits of LENR, they represent a vital asset for humankind.

A companion website has been prepared for the LRDI. Click here for more information.

  1. Grimshaw, T., 2020. Documenting Cold Fusion Research: Preserving a Vital Asset for Humankind. Infinite Energy, Issue 150, March/April. (Click here).
  2. Grimshaw, T., 2019. LENR Research Documentation Initiative: Progress in Methods and Participants. Presentation and Poster at 22nd International Conference on Cold Fusion, Assisi, Italy. September. (Click here for Presentation. Click here for Poster).
  3. Grimshaw, T., 2019. LENR Research Documentation Initiative: Objectives, Procedure, Participants, Future Opportunities. Presentation and Poster at MIT CF/LANR Colloquium. March. (Click here for Presentation. Click here for Poster.)

Documentation of Dr. Edmund Storms’ 29 Years of LENR Research

Dr. Grimshaw assisted Dr. Edmund Storms with documentation of his extensive research career in the LENR field. Dr. Storms began his investigations within a few weeks after the 1989 LENR announcement while he was a research scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Dr. Storms has been instrumental in making advances in experiments and explanation of LENR.

Materials from six types of sources – published and unpublished reports, lab notebooks, electronic data files, hard copy records, and Dr. Storms’ extensive LENR library – have been assembled. The project was conducted in three stages – materials collection, organization, and documentation.

The Project served as the pilot for the LENR Research Documentation Initiative described above.

  1. Grimshaw, T., and E. Storms. 2018. Documentation of Dr. Ed Storms’ 29-Year LENR Research Career. Poster for 21st International Conference on Cold Fusion, Fort Collins, Colorado. June. (Click here for poster. Click here for flier)
  2. Grimshaw, T. and E. Storms, 2018, Documentation of Dr. Edmund Storms’ 29 Years of Cold Fusion Research – Experiments, Explanations, and Related Scientific Contributions: Draft Summary Report. Unpublished Report. May. (Click here) for Part I and click here for Part II.)
  3. Grimshaw, T. and E. Storms, 2015-2018, Documentation of Dr. Edmund Storms’ 29 Years of Cold Fusion Research – Experiments, Explanations, and Related Scientific Contributions: Reports for Stage 1 (Information Collection), Stage 2 (Organization) and Stage 3 (Documentation) . Unpublished Reports. Various Dates. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Dr. Tom Claytor and Dr. Malcolm Fowler: Documentation of LENR Research at Los Alamos National Lab and Beyond

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Documentation of LENR Research at the Sidney Kimmel Institute of Nuclear Renaissance, Columbia, MO

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Dr. David J. Nagel: Documentation of LENR Research at the Naval Research Lab and The George Washington University, Washington DC

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