From doughnuts to bananas

Fusion physicists have taken the lead from Andy Warhol and elevated the banana to iconic status.

ELMs – friend or foe?

ELMs in a tokamak have nothing to do with the long-lived, solid, serene tree.

A negative influence

Sprinkled amongst the ions in a fusion plasma, electrons are small but significant.

Ten Tokamaks

Czech students have access to not just one model tokamak to learn about fusion. Not even two…

The quality stamp for Generation ITER

A new educational currency has been launched in the form of Fusion Masters and PhD Certificates, awarded by Europe’s fusion education network FuseNet.

Slovenian crowds get to the heart of ITER and JET

Ljubljana, Slovenia: A public lecture about fusion, including a live feed from JET and ITER, has lecture theatres overflowing.

Robots roam JET’s assembly hall

Students were thrilled to meet the professionals from the Remote Handling group during a practice session at JET.

Believing everything is possible

Egyptian school student Azza Faiad was inspired greatly by her week at JET – a prize she won in the EU Contest for young scientists.

Fusion, it’s all a game

Futuristic computer game features fusion power.

Janis inspired by “hardcore” science

A student prizewinner from Latvia finds a visit to JET an illuminating experience.

This work has been carried out within the framework of the EUROfusion Consortium and has received funding from the Euratom research and training programme 2014-2018 under grant agreement No 633053. The views and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the European Commission.

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