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PPPL in the News

PPPL popped up in several cool stories as the leaves began to change color here in New Jersey.

Writer Daniel Clery at Science wrote an article about stellarators, an alternative kind of fusion reactor, and interviewed two PPPL scientists.

Writer Carmen Drahl interviewed PPPL staff physicist Egemen Kolemen for a Forbes article.

In his article about private efforts to create fusion energy, Time magazine writer Lev Grossman interviewed PPPL director Stewart Prager.

PPPL was also the subject of a question on the October 26th episode of the game show Jeopardy.

A Bloomberg article focuses on Hamid Biglari, a banker who got his Ph.D. in physics at Princeton University and then worked at PPPL.



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