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PPPL's new engineering apprenticeship program was covered by ROI-NJ.

PPPL director Steven Cowley was quoted in a Money Week piece about fusion energy. He was also quoted in a piece published by the London Times.

HPC Wire posted a story about Princeton University's new supercomputer Traverse, whose power could be harnessed by PPPL for plasma research. The piece quotes PPPL director Steven Cowley, PPPL physicist C.S. Chang, and Princeton University vice president for PPPL David McComas.

A piece posted by Bloomberg Quint about private companies trying to commercialize fusion energy quotes Steven Cowley.

Eos posted a story about PPPL research into astrophysical shocks.

PPPL research into streamlining the design of fusion facilities known as stellarators was covered by several media outlets, including SciTechDaily, Silicon Republic, Science Blog, and Energy Daily.

Safe Haven posted a story about fusion energy that quotes PPPL physicist Bill Tang.

HPC Wire posted a story about supercomputing and fusion energy that quotes PPPL physicist Bill Tang.

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