The Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin was founded in 1985 by
Harold Puthoff, PhD, and later incorporated under EarthTech
International, Inc., in 1991 as an innovative research facility with a
high‐powered creative staff dedicated to exploring the forefront reaches
of science and engineering. Our research interests include theories of spacetime, gravity and
cosmology; studies of the quantum vacuum; modifications of standard
theories of electrodynamics; interstellar flight science; and the Search
for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, specifically as these topics may
apply to developing innovative space propulsion and sources of energy.
We strive to translate these ideas into laboratory experiments.
Maverick Inventors Program
EarthTech International Inc. offers a unique opportunity tailored
towards inventors and forward-thinkers alike: The Maverick Inventor
Program. We invite inventors to contact us with new ideas that might be of interest to our institute.
No idea is too small, no conceptual framework is too large. This program is based on the premise that a great breakthrough in the energy and propulsion field might not come from a well-funded Tier-1 organization, but rather, from a Maverick Inventor who stumbles on a heretofore, undiscovered novel approach.
- As a respected, established, and published research lab, EarthTech
Int’l brings numerous and significant assets to the table. If a
technology or idea looks promising and we are able –in our labs and
under our strict laboratory conditions, to verify or validate its
principles or use, EarthTech Int’l would consider assisting in the
development under a mutually-beneficial prototype-to-market program.
- Device concepts examined to date in the Maverick Inventor Program
range from new approaches to fuel cells, through novel approaches in the
cold fusion arena, to claims for highly-efficient space drives.
If you are a Maverick Inventor interested in pursuing a
proof-of-principle study under our stringent laboratory conditions and
our sophisticated measurement modalities, we ask that you submit a brief
statement letter and your background through our online contact form.
The appropriate principal investigator will respond. Please understand
we may not be available to assist in your endeavor and that we reserve
the right to decline participation with no explanation.
Unfortunately, their contact form link is not working. Here is the listed information on the net:
Primary location: 11855 Research Blvd., Austin, Texas 78759, US
Listed Phone Number: (512) 346-9947