Fusion Around the World
You probably learned about nuclear fusion in high school environmental science: It was built up as a clean, high-yield, virtually limitless source of power.
Fusion energy has long been a goal for scientists and sustainable energy proponents alike.
The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor is set to launch operations in 2025
How to go fast enough to make a difference
Scientists have started to building Britain’s largest privately owned nuclear fusion facility.
Commonwealth Fusion Systems, a startup commercializing fusion energy, today announced it has raised $115 million and closed its Series A round.
Fusion has long been viewed as the ultimate goal for energy generation.
Researchers found no evidence for the phenomenon, first proposed 30 years ago.
Walking with Michl Binderbauer into his 2-acre laboratory feels a bit like taking a factory tour with Willy Wonka.
Entrepreneurs are taking up the search for a near limitless energy source and seeking investors willing to put money behind a long-shot bet against climate change.
A ground-breaking fusion reactor built by Chinese scientists is underscoring Beijing's determination to be at the core of clean energy technology, as it eyes a fully-functioning plant by 2050.
The UK and the European Commission signed a contract extension for the world’s largest fusion research facility, Joint European Torus (JET).
Laban Coblentz, Head of Communication at ITER takes us on a journey of discovery when it comes to fusion as a clean, safe, virtually unlimited source of energy for thousands of future generations
The US Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science has announced USD30 million of funding for experimental research on magnetic fusion energy science to be carried out at international tokamak facilities.
Jeff Bezos and others have sunk more than $127 million into General Fusion, a start-up trying to commercialize fusion energy.
Scientists broke complex magnetic fields—and might have simultaneously figured out how to make green energy cheaper.
In series of talks, researchers describe major effort to address climate change through carbon-free power.
The European Union-funded Joint European Torus near Oxford can operate until the end of March, but its future after Brexit is uncertain.
National Academies study recommends a pilot fusion energy program that aligns with MIT's fusion approach and SPARC project.
Harnessing nuclear fusion, which powers the sun and stars, to help meet earth's energy needs, is a step closer.
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