LENR / Cold Fusion Videos
ICCF Conference Videos

Toward a LENR reference experiment

Creator: Florian Metzler
Date: 2021
Summary: Dr. Florian Metzler of MIT discusses the challenges of establishing a repeatable reference experiment that shows convincing evidence of low energy nuclear reactions to the wider scientific community. These ideas were shared at the ARPA-E workshop on LENR that was held in October 2021.

World Business Satellite (Japanese)

Creator: TV Tokyo
Date: 2021
Summary: On this news program, an overview of Japan's involvement in the international ITER fusion project is highlighted, along with Clean Planet, a S-SAFE company based in Kawasaki, Japan.

Documentary: Dream Energy "Cold Fusion" (Eng subtitles)

Creator: NHK
Date: 2021
Summary: This documentary by NHK recalls the history of cold fusion during the Pons and Fleischmann announcement and the key players who were involved in the aftermath. Professor Narita and other experts comment on the opportunities and challenges in the field.

NASA Lattice Confinement Fusion

Creator: Subject Zero Science
Date: 2020
Summary: NASA scientists have been investigating lattice confinement fusion, which is the idea of constraining smaller atoms with bigger ones. In this case the crystalline layer of Erbium metal is used to hold deuteron atoms, just like pouring water into sand. The sample is able to hold a billion times more fuel than what magnetic confinement of conventional fusion reactors are able to constrain, increasing the chances of deuterons hitting each other.

Cold Fusion - Real, But Is It Ready?

Creator: MIT Club of Northern California
Date: 2017
Summary: Professor Hagelstein, who is a principal investigator in the Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE) and an associate professor at MIT, traces the early history of cold fusion, highlighting important results and implications along the way. He reviews the theoretical issues and present his own model of what is going on, followed by a discussion of an experimental effort to test the model, with some preliminary results. Finally, he will discuss what he considers to be the necessary future directions in order to achieve commercialization.

Cold Fusion Hot Again

Creator: 60 Minutes / LENR Foundation
Date: 2009
Summary: Twenty years ago it appeared, for a moment, that all our energy problems could be solved. It was the announcement of cold fusion - nuclear energy like that which powers the sun - but at room temperature on a table top. It promised to be cheap, limitless and clean. Cold fusion would end our dependence on the Middle East and stop those greenhouse gases blamed for global warming. It would change everything. In this episode, Drs. Mike McKubre and Robert Duncan talk about the observations of cold fusion and their potential change our energy system.

International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (ICCF-24)

July 2022

In July 2022, our parent organization the Anthropocene Institute, hosted ICCF-24 in Palo Alto, CA, which focused on fusion technology and LENR. Below is a curated selection of videos that provide an overview of solid state fusion technology, experiments, and the future of the field.

Solid State Fusion Education Videos

Get to know Solid State Fusion, the LENR field, and it's applications.

Solid State Fusion The Formation of a Scientific Field

Florian Metzler, PhD
MIT University

Roundtable Discussions - Applications of S-SAFE

Panel Discussion
Various People & Organizations

LENR Research Documentation: What Have We Learned So Far?

Thomas Grimshaw
Lenergy LLC

Short Course: Theoretical Challenges

Peter Hagelstein
Principal Investigator, MIT, USA

Short Course: Electrochemical Loading

Michael McKubre
Director, Energy Research at SRI International, USA

Short Course: Introduction & Issues

David J Nagel
Research Professor, George Washington University, USA

Experimental & Theoretical Research Videos

Scientists working on LENR and solid state fusion are making progress, showing experimental evidence, and advancing theoretical frameworks.


Detection of Alpha Particles Using CR-39

Erik Ziehm
Graduate Research Assistant, University of Illinois, USA

Evidence of Reproducible Tritium Production in a Pulsed Electrolytic Cell

Guido Parchi
FutureOn, Italy

Reaction of Hydrogen in Nickel Based Alloys under a Variable Magnetic Field

Jean Paul Biberian
Aix Marseilles University, France

Understanding of MHE Power Generation Patterns by TSC Theory

Akito Takahashi
Research Department, Technova Inc, Japan

Contamination, Transportation or Transmutation in LENR Material Analyses

Lawrence Forsley
NASA Glenn Research Center, USA

A Theory for Transmutations Observed as a Result of Deuterium Gas Cycling of a Palladium Silver Alloy

Theresa Benyo
NASA Glenn Research Center, USA

Ion Beam Experimental at MIT

Sadie Forbes
Research Engineer, MIT, USA


Models for Accelerated Nuclear De-excitation

Peter Hagelstein
Principal Investigator, MIT, USA

Making Sense of Solid-State Fusion with Known Physics

Nicola Galvanetto, PhD
University of Zurich, Switzerland

Lattice Catalyzed Fusion

John Dodaro
Co-Founder, Aquarius Energy, USA

The Self Sustaining Flashing LENR

Vladimir Vysotskii
University of Kyiv, Ukraine

Electron Quasi-particle Catalytic Binding in Chemical Reactions with a Proposed Nuclear Analogy

Anthony Zuppero
Tionesta Applied Research Corp, USA

Government Solid State Fusion Programs

Governmental organizations like NASA, the US Navy and Army, sponsored programs in Japan and the European Union, and the US Department of Energy’s ARPA-E research program, which was announced live at ICCF24, are showing steady advances and are adding to the credibility of the field.

Federally funded LENR activities at NASA

Theresa Benyo, PhD
Analytical Physicist, NASA Glenn Research Center , USA

US Navy HIVER Project: Nuclear, Thermal and RF Results

Oliver Barham, PhD
Mechanical Engineer, Naval Surface Waterfare Center

New US Army LENR Replication Efforts

Benjamin Barrowes
Physicist, US Army Corps of Engineering

New Hydrogen Energy (NHE)

Kazuaki Matsui
Senior Fellow, Institute of Applied Energy, Japan

The Future of Solid State Fusion

Scientists and leaders discuss where next, and it's closer than you'd think.

A Panel With Matt Trevithick - Given what we know now, what should we do next?

Matt Trevithick + Panel
Various Institutions

Clean Planet: New Future: Inventing an alternative to fire

Masami Hayashi
Global Strategy Director, Clean Planet, USA

Jacques Ruer - A Technological Foresight for the Future

Jacques Ruer
Physicist, SART von Rohr, France

Risk and Reputation

Huw Price
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Bonn, Germany

For more videos, visit the ICCF YouTube Channel

ICCF-24 YouTube Channel

NASA's New Shortcut to Fusion Power

  • Author: Bayarbadrakh Baramsai, et al.
  • Date: Feb 2022
  • Publication: IEEE Spectrum
  • Why Read: The authors of this paper describe the science behind recent advancements made by NASA in fusion (specifically lattice confinement fusion) for use in space, and potentially on Earth, while making comparisons to existing fusion reactors and outlining their possible limits.

  • Author: Bayarbadrakh Baramsai, et al.
  • Date: March 2022
  • Publication: IEEE Spectrum
  • Why Read: The authors of this paper describe the science behind recent advancements made by NASA in fusion (specifically lattice confinement fusion) for use in space, and potentially on Earth, while making comparisons to existing fusion reactors and outlining their possible limits.

NASA's New Shortcut to Fusion Power

  • Author: Editorial
  • Date: May 2019
  • Publication: IEEE Spectrum
  • Summary: This editorial describes the impact of the Google funded cold fusion experiments that was recently published as a Perspective in Nature and why in spite of the lack of observations of the phenomena, this paper has changed minds in the mainstream scientific community.
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