Fusion Around the World
With corporate participation, researchers seek to build a pilot fusion-energy plant within 15 years.
The House Science, Space and Technology Committee showed a rare bit of bipartisanship during a March 6 hearing, with Democrats and Republicans generally uniting in opposition to a Trump administration proposal to cut funding for a high-risk, high-reward international research project into a carbon-free form of energy — nuclear fusion.
Study finds that turbulence competes in fusion plasmas to rapidly respond to temperature perturbations.
Physicist Jean Jacquinot, the newly elected chair of the Fusion Power Coordinating Committee, tells us about the committee's role and its strong links to ITER.
Cheap, clean and bountiful: When talking energy, those three adjectives used in harmony describe the holy grail for every consumer — whether commercial, individual or government.
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