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The International Society for
Condensed Matter Nuclear Science
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To promote the understanding, development and application of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science for the benefit of the public.
ISCMNS achieves it mission by organizing and supporting scientific meetings, facilitating communication and collaboration between scientists, publishing and distributing news and results. The Society publishes the peer reviewed Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (JCMNS). It publishes its entire website and other data (totalling >4 Gb) on DVD As such it maintains the largest publicly available electronic database of current and historic CMNS information.
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13-17 April 2015. ICCF19 will be at Padova. Italy. Chairman Antonio La Gatta.
21-27 July 2013. ICCF18 was held at the University of Missouri, USA.
The 20th Russian Conference on Cold Nuclear Transmutation and Ball-Lightning (RCCNT&BL-20) was held during September 29 – October 6, 2013.
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