Media Covrage

LINAC 2020 plan, January 2016

Rensselaer Receives $9.44 Million Grant From U.S. Department of Energy.

Earthquake in Japan March 2011

Clay Dillow, "Can Next-Generation Reactors Power a Safe Nuclear Future?", Popular Science, Posted 03.17.2011.

Funding

"Rensselaer Secures $1.5 Million From the National Nuclear Security Administration To Launch New Nuclear Safety Research Program and Lab", RPI web page,

Larry Greenemeie, "Neutron dance: What happens at the heart of a nuclear reactor?", Scientific American, Apr 21, 2011.

“ RPI professor receives grant for experiments”, The Daily Gazette (Schenectady), August 20, 2009.

Medical Isotopes

Raloff, J., "Desperately seeking moly: Unreliable supplies of feedstock for widely used medical imaging isotope prompt efforts to develop U.S. sources". Science News, 176: 16–20. doi: 10.1002/scin.5591760717 (2009).

No Anomaly in Proton Scattering

“Water's Chemical Formula May Always Be H2O”, Physics News Update, 732 #2, May 24 2005.

“Water Fight”, American Scientist, Volume 93, Number 5, September –October 2005.

Rensselaer Experiment Finds Water Molecules Are Always H2O, Physorg.com, June 13, 2005.

Double Crystal Fusion

"RPI claims battery-fueled, room-temp fusion", EETimes, 02/20/2006.

"Double Crystal Fusion' Could Pave The Way For Portable Device", Science Daily, February 14, 2006.

"Tabletop nuclear fusion device developed", Physorg.com, February 13, 2006.

"Kristalima osloboðena energija Sunčeve jezgre", Sveznadar 28-2006-02-19.

"Besides the Starship Enterprise, dilithium crystals power cold fusion", Digital TV DesignLine, February 20, 2006.