The cold fusion collection (1987-1992) contains articles written by Bruce V. Lewenstein relating to the history and testing of cold fusion and clippings from the Utah Chemistry Department relating to the study of cold fusion.
The ENECO records consist of patents, contracts, research, office, and financial documents collected by the company. ENECO (formerly FEAT) was a private company that centered on cold-fusion technology and the commercialization of such technology. The majority of patents registered by ENECO were invented by scientists Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann. Technologies engineered by ENECO have had a great impact on the local and international scientific communities.
The Craig Hibberd collection on cold fusion (1989-1992) contains newspaper and magazine articles about cold fusion research conducted by B. Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischman at the University of Utah in 1989.