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ChemEurope posted a story about recent research by PPPL postdoctoral researcher Vinícius Duarte that focuses on how fast ions are ejected from plasma in tokamaks.

Silicon Republic and Digital Journal posted stories about PPPL physicist Bill Tang and his work helping develop new predictive software that uses deep machine learning to anticipate plasma disruptions.

The Daily Mail posted a story about Germany's Wendelstein 7-X stellarator fusion reactor that quoted PPPL physicist Sam Lazerson.

Stories about PPPL physicist Chuanfei Dong's research into stellar wind lessening the chance of extraterrestrial life on exoplanets appeared in the Daily Mail, the New York Post, Silicon RepublicSeeker.com, and DailyGalaxy.com.

Materials World posted a story quoting PPPL physicist Masa Ono about a liquid metal system designed to improve the reliability of fusion power plants.

Stories about PPPL physicist Will Fox appeared in both the International Business Times and Cosmos.

Ozy.com posted an original profile of PPPL physicist Fatima Ebrahimi and her research into coaxial helicity injection.

HPCWire.com posted a story mentioning that PPPL was part of a team involved in determining whether electron energy transport in a tokamak plasma discharge is multiscale in nature.

SiliconRepublic ran a story about nuclear fusion that quotes Jon Menard, the head of research for PPPL's National Spherical Torus Experiment-Upgrade.

TrendinTech posted a story about basic-physics simulations of how recycled atoms affect plasma turbulence.

Sci-News posted a story about PPPL research involving high-energy shock waves being crearted in a laboratory setting.

The Register also posted a story about PPPL's shock wave research.

The Daily Mail ran a story based on our press release about machine learning and plasma disruptions.

A piece on IFLScience.com mentions PPPL's collaboration with the Institute of Plasma Physics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences to explore the benefits of lithium in fusion reactions

A piece on Power-Technology.com also mentioned PPPL's collaboration with China's Institute of Plasma Physics.

RFGlobalnet.com ran a story that mentioned PPPL's collaboration with Princeton Satellite Systems to develop a fusion engine for rockets.

NextBigFuture.com, too, ran a story about PPPL and fusion engines.

This story in Phys.org mentions PPPL's efforts to build a zero-knowledge method to determine whether a nuclear warhead really is a warhead.

This piece in the Guardian about NASA's Parker Solar Probe quotes David McComas, vice president for PPPL.

A story on Universe Today about fusion includes a photograph of PPPL's Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor.

A website operated by ITER, the multinational fusion experiment being built in France, publised a short piece about PPPL research into turbulence and plasma confinement.

Phys.org posted a piece about the first basic physics simulation of a type of turbulence at the edge of fusion plasmas.

This piece on Phys.org covers PPPL research into lithium oxide coatings with fusion devices known as tokamaks.

A story on Phys.org covers a recent invention created in part by a PPPL engineer that pasteurizes eggs using radio waves.

A piece in the International Business Times covers recent PPPL findings about magnetic reconnection and why it occurs more quickly than expected.

Philly.com published a story about a New Jersey teen creating a fusion device in his basement.

This story in the Daily Caller covers new PPPL research indicating a new way to control the plasma within fusion machines. 

Stories in the Bernardsville News, NJ.com, and Planet Princeton covered the New Jersey Science Bowl, which took place at PPPL.

This piece in American Scientist details PPPL's Nano Lab.

Inside HPC ran a piece about PPPL's XGC computer code.

Read this story in the International Business Times about fusion energy.

Here is a story on Phys.org about a new finding involving plasmoid instabilities and magnetic reconnection.

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