Nuclear coherence in the target used by a new type of neutrino detector increases the sensitivity of neutrino detection by many orders of magnitude making a desktop detector possible. It is now possible to replace huge underground neutrino detectors located deep underground by using a tabletop device. What this means for LENR is the ability to detect and characterize the power of the LENR reaction from the number of neutrinos that the reaction produces.
Currently, a fission reactor produces the neutrinos supplied for neutrino detection and research. But a LENR reactor could supply just as many neutrinos without the need for all the shielding required for a fission reactor. In addition, the LENR reactor could be located very near to the neutrino detector. This close proximity of the neutrino source to the neutrino detector could magnify the neutrino signal many times because of the inverse square law with the placement of the source within mere feet of the detector will bring in preference to hundreds or thousands of miles.
This future use of the LENR reaction by science is just another exciting advancement that the its acceptance of the LENR reaction will bring to the advancement in the search for knowledge.