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LPP and PPRC collaborate on pre-ionization experiments

anode erosion

The FF-1 anode, which is plated with 0.001 inches of silver, shows a ring of erosion near the end of the insulator (which has been removed along with the cathode). On the right side, where deposits have been cleaned away, the copper color shows clearly where a ring of silver has been vaporized and measurements…

Visit by Prof. Hamid Yousefi furthers PPRC collaboration

Dr. Hamid Yousefi

PPRC’s Dr. Hamid Yousefi visits LPP for 3 weeks, furthers scientific publication collaboration, proposal to IAEA on the horizon From October 14 to November 3, Dr. Hamid Yousefi, an internationally-known researcher in aneutronic fusion and long-time collaborator of LPP’s Chief Scientist Lerner, visited LPP’s NJ lab and participated in its research activities. Dr. Yousefi is…

International collaboration established to speed science

collaborate earth

Iranian and US research institutions announce collaboration agreement for scientific publication on aneutronic fusion, a possible route to cheap, safe, clean energy Lawrenceville Plasma Physics, Inc. (LPP), a research firm in Middlesex, NJ, announced today that they had signed a contract on May 20 with thePlasma Physics Research Center (PPRC) of I. Azad University in Tehran, Iran, committing the…

Lerner and Iranian scientists launch fusion for peace innitiative

Three physicists, one US and two Iranian, have issued a statement proposing a joint US-Iran research collaboration that they contend could be an alternative to confrontation and war and, if successful, could “make uranium enrichment obsolete, block proliferation everywhere, liberate the world from oil, and open up a new source of cheap, clean unlimited energy.”…