Cold fusion is hot again--with backing from government, industry and academic researchers, the promise of room-temperature nuclear fusion for ultra-cheap energy production is once again being proposed. Look for cold-fusion applications demonstrations in the next few years. R.C.J.
Cold fusion was once touted as the answer to the energy crisis, but was later debunked as poor science. Now 20 years later, nearly 50 chemists aim to resurrect the dream at the American Chemical Society's annual meeting touting nuclear batteries and bacteria that eat nuclear waste.
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