Fusion Around the World
Scientists broke complex magnetic fields—and might have simultaneously figured out how to make green energy cheaper.
In series of talks, researchers describe major effort to address climate change through carbon-free power.
The European Union-funded Joint European Torus near Oxford can operate until the end of March, but its future after Brexit is uncertain.
National Academies study recommends a pilot fusion energy program that aligns with MIT's fusion approach and SPARC project.
Harnessing nuclear fusion, which powers the sun and stars, to help meet earth's energy needs, is a step closer.
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