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March 31, 2021

As the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory celebrates Women’s History Month throughout March, we asked some of our staff members to tell us what Women’s History Month means to them. This is the fourth of a weekly series throughout March.

March 30, 2021

Want to improve your chances of making electricity from fusion? Look no further than the cleaners under your kitchen sink.

March 30, 2021
Ana Marie Datuin: “Creating a milestone and awareness for the next generation”

As the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory celebrates Women’s History Month throughout March, we asked some of our staff members to tell us what Women’s History Month means to them. This is the third of a weekly series throughout March.

Name: Ana Marie Datuin

March 25, 2021

Wolfgang Stodiek, a pioneer in plasma physics and a researcher who helped lead the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory’s early research on experimental devices called tokamaks, passed away at his family hom

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