Ozy.com posted an original profile of PPPL physicist Fatima Ebrahimi and her research into coaxial helicity injection.
HPCWire.com posted a story mentioning that PPPL was part of a team involved in determining whether electron energy transport in a tokamak plasma discharge is multiscale in nature.
SiliconRepublic ran a story about nuclear fusion that quotes Jon Menard, the head of research for PPPL's National Spherical Torus Experiment-Upgrade.
TrendinTech posted a story about basic-physics simulations of how recycled atoms affect plasma turbulence.
Sci-News posted a story about PPPL research involving high-energy shock waves being crearted in a laboratory setting.
The Register also posted a story about PPPL's shock wave research.
The Daily Mail ran a story based on our press release about machine learning and plasma disruptions.
A piece on IFLScience.com mentions PPPL's collaboration with the Institute of Plasma Physics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences to explore the benefits of lithium in fusion reactions
A piece on Power-Technology.com also mentioned PPPL's collaboration with China's Institute of Plasma Physics.
RFGlobalnet.com ran a story that mentioned PPPL's collaboration with Princeton Satellite Systems to develop a fusion engine for rockets.
NextBigFuture.com, too, ran a story about PPPL and fusion engines.
This story in Phys.org mentions PPPL's efforts to build a zero-knowledge method to determine whether a nuclear warhead really is a warhead.
This piece in the Guardian about NASA's Parker Solar Probe quotes David McComas, vice president for PPPL.
A story on Universe Today about fusion includes a photograph of PPPL's Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor.
A website operated by ITER, the multinational fusion experiment being built in France, publised a short piece about PPPL research into turbulence and plasma confinement.
Phys.org posted a piece about the first basic physics simulation of a type of turbulence at the edge of fusion plasmas.
This piece on Phys.org covers PPPL research into lithium oxide coatings with fusion devices known as tokamaks.
A story on Phys.org covers a recent invention created in part by a PPPL engineer that pasteurizes eggs using radio waves.
A piece in the International Business Times covers recent PPPL findings about magnetic reconnection and why it occurs more quickly than expected.
Philly.com published a story about a New Jersey teen creating a fusion device in his basement.
This story in the Daily Caller covers new PPPL research indicating a new way to control the plasma within fusion machines.
This piece in American Scientist details PPPL's Nano Lab.
Inside HPC ran a piece about PPPL's XGC computer code.
Read this story in the International Business Times about fusion energy.
Here is a story on Phys.org about a new finding involving plasmoid instabilities and magnetic reconnection.