|Born||July 5, 1945|
|Known for||Cold Fusion|
|Fields||Physicist, Research Scientist|
Tadahiko Mizuno was born in Asahigawa City, Hokkaido, Japan in 1945. He graduated from the Department of Applied Physics, College of Engineering, Hokkaido National University in 1968. In 1973 he received his Ph.D. in applied physics. Among his achievements in cold fusion were the first extensive reports of neutron measurements in Japan, pioneering work on loaded, solid-state proton conductors, and key new studies of transmutation products. Presently, he is an Assistant Professor of Nuclear Engineering, College of Engineering, Hokkaido University.
- 2003 - "Cold Fusion By Plasma Electrolysis of Water " (Read in full)
- 1993 - "Anomalous Heat Evolution from SrCeO3 - Type Proton Conductors during Absorption / Desorption of Deuterium in Alternate Electric Field"