.“We got our impetus from the Google paper appearing in Nature,” says Carl Gotzmer, Indian Head’s Chief Scientist.
The Department of Energy is the parent organization of ARPA-E.
Team Google now has three CMNS technology patents, the latest with the DoE at LLNL
We were talking about the first two Team Google 'cold fusion' patents here on the Forum couple of months before the Google paper's appearance in the Nature article.
One month before the Nature articles, I posted an extensive LinkedIn article about the two Google Inc. LENR patents, Munday labs and skillsets of the inventors.
We've been talking about the Department of Defense patent for a few months now.
I guess we are a small part of any type of Manhattan style project talking amongst each other about these patents. Looking at the data and the research from all of the government's groups.. and partners... the analysis of extensive written documentation of all the work they have done that preceded the writing and filing of the patents, long before the general public is aware of the patent program. As it should be.... still.
ARPA-E is good news