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PPPL in the News

The Times of Trenton ran an editorial supporting PPPL and fusion energy.

Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz visited PPPL in May to dedicate the National Spherical Torus Experiment-Upgrade machine.

Here's a story in the Times of Trenton.

Here's a story that ran on WHYY.

NJTV also ran a story.

The Princeton Packet published a piece, too.

The visit was also covered by Gizmodo.

PPPL appeared in the media throughout the first few months of 2016.

Science magazine’s Eric Hand writes about PPPL’s National Spherical Torus Upgrade in the Princeton Alumni Weekly

A story by a WHYY writer details the recent Young Women's Conference.

Articles on PPPL’s Young Women’s Conference also appeared in The Times of Trenton/N.J. Com and in the Princeton Packet/centraljersey.com. News-12 New Jersey and WOR-TV’s “News Chasers also covered the event. 

Stories about PPPL’s My Brother’s Keeper event were in the Times of Trenton/N.J.Com and the Princeton Packet, and on News12-N.J. and WOR-TV’s “News Chasers.” 

This Discover blog post tackles the current fusion landscape.

This article in the International Business Times discusses the new lab space at PPPL dedicated to finding neutrinos using tritium.

An article in Business Insider about the ITER project quoted Jon Menard, PPPL's NSTX-U Program Director.

An article in the Daily Mail mentioned PPPL research into why solar flares sometimes erupt from the surface of the sun.

An article in Chemical & Engineering News about Germany's Wendelstein 7-X machine quotes PPPL physicist David Gates.

A story on NJ.com details the regional science bowl that was held at PPPL in February.


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