MFMP member Mathieu Valat has been awarded a share in the Antonio Meneghetti, Scientific and Humanistic Research Foundation's physics prize for the work that he is undertaking to advance the concepts of Live Open Science via its application to LENR research.
We understand that both the concept of Live Open Science and the notion of moving towards a solution to the worlds energy problems are in-line with the concepts of Onto-psychology and we thank the foundation's international committee for recognising that.
We had been struggling to conduct our planned research, with only a few hundred dollars in donations in the last three months, things were looking a little tough. The prize money - of around $10,000, will help Mathieu to run his lab this year and to allow us, as a group, to further the concepts of Live Open Science with a view to bringing its benefits to other fields of research.
We must first thank Francesco Celani for being instrumental in helping this whole project to get underway by allowing his technology to be tested. We thank him again for suggesting we apply for this award, though extremely challenging to apply for, requiring understanding of Onto-psychology, it has had a positive outcome.
This is an important moment for the MFMP as we have applied for 4 other grants/awards in the past 9 months, some of which took great effort, without success.
Onwards and Upwards!