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Many media outlets have been covering PPPL's research into using machine learning techniques to help develop fusion energy, including Electronics Weekly, Silicon Republic, Business Standard, The Week, DevDiscourse, TechGraph, Edgy, Science World Report, R&DSynced ReviewAnalytics India, Science Times, The Weekend Leader, Tech Explorist, IT Technology News 24, and Digital Overload

The Daily Beast posted a story about PPPL research into stabilizing fusion plasmas.

A story about fusion energy and artificial intelligence that mentioned PPPL was published by The Verge.

Futurism posted a story based on research by PPPL physicist Roscoe White into how resonance affects the efficiency of fusion devices.

Science X and Forbes posted stories about new research by PPPL physicists Allan Reiman and Nathaniel Fisch into stabilizing fusion plasmas.

Newsweek posted an opinion piece by PPPL physicists Allan Reiman and Nathaniel Fisch about their latest research.

WHYY posted a story about efforts by a PPPL physicist to use radio waves to pasteurize eggs, reducing the risk of salmonella while the preserving the egg's taste.

A story about the Biermann battery effect, which might contribute to the growth of magnetic fields throughout the universe, was posted by Cosmos.

On October 4, a story about the development of a new kind of flowmeter was posted by Materials Performance.

A story about PPPL research into suppressing plasma instabilities was posted on the Newsweek website on September 12.

Secretary of Energy Rick Perry visited PPPL on August 9. Find out more here, here, and here.

A story in Science magazine focused on new PPPL director Steven Cowley, who recently received a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II.

This video piece on NJTV focused on the Young Women's Conference, which was organized by PPPL and hosted by Princeton University. The piece features interviews of PPPL outreach coordinator DeeDee Ortiz and engineer Nicole Allen.

PPPL physicist Bill Tang spoke on The AI Podcast about the intersection of fusion energy and high-performance computing.

PPPL physicist Fatima Ebrahimi was interviewed on Fox 5 about fusion energy.

This story in IEEE Spectrum about MIT's new fusion project mentions the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor (TFTR), PPPL's former flagship fusion machine.

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