Patenting LENR

Andrea Rossi has recently amended his patent application in the U.S.  This comes a few months after the US Patent and Trademark Office issued a “non-final rejection” of Andrea Rossi’s patent for the following stated reasons:
“The specification is objected to as inoperable. Specifically there is no evidence in the corpus of nuclear science to substantiate the claim that nickel will spontaneously ionize hydrogen gas and thereafter “absorb” the resulting proton…”
Brillouin has a patent in China and has filed with U.S., EU, Japan and India. India reportedly slapped a secrecy order on their application.  Like the U.S., Japan is taking a firm stance and requiring reliable, independent proof.
George Miley has been granted a patent on LENR-related technology.  Mitsubishi has also been granted a patent for a nuclide transmutation device and nuclide transmutation method.

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  1. Prologue
    Seven years earlier, during the midst of that troublesome cold fusion science incubation period, out of U.S. Navy SPAWAR labs and NASA research/development programs, we find the first contemporary LENR patents, licensing agreements, and advanced LENR engineering contracts.
    Clearly since 2007 till now, and well before that, the U.S. has quietly worked on developing and utilizing cold fusion science and LENR energy engineering; in more ways than any other nation.
    Contemporary LENR Technology Patents
    The contemporary patent list is being compiled starting from the filing of the first U.S. government LENR patent, in 2007. A historical patent list will also be compiled, from before 2007. Patents appearing after the important October 2014 H-Cat report will be compiled as a modern LENR patent list.
    An ongoing LENR patent research project and you are invited to join in. The information compiled will prove useful to both cold fusion/LENR energy development and LENR science historians.

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