Fusion Around the World
With the help of venture capital funding and new technologies, a cadre of companies wants to commercialize fusion energy in the next 20 years.
One of the paradoxes of fusion, the virtually inexhaustible energy of the future, is that it relies on an element that does not exist—or just barely.
Fusion, the process that powers the sun, has long been seen as a potential means of generating abundant, clean energy.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has launched a competition to find "innovative ways to visualise, analyse and explore" simulations of different materials that can be used to build fusion reactors.
Confusion over UK funding from Europe’s nuclear agency is adding to the anxiety of staff at the Joint European Torus.
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