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Weighing in on European Research Infrastructures

EIROforum emphasises that the RIs “are pivotal in sustaining and enhancing the competitiveness and world-class excellence of the European science.”

Imagine imaging

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Fusion spin-off Chromodynamics looks at crossing over real-time imaging from fusion to healthcare and more.

JET future secure

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JET operations are guaranteed until the end of 2020 regardless of the Brexit outcome

EUROfusion welcomes new grantees

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Research and Engineering Grants for 2019 awarded

Fusion bites served: mixed, blended and layered

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A Glass of Seawater: a podcast with something for anyone interested in fusion research

Marking the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

EIROforum DGs express commitment to ensuring that Women and Girls are afforded equal opportunities to be part of the STEM fields.

SOFT voices 2018

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Fusion In Europe spoke to 2018 SOFT prize winners

Snowball in hell

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Frozen fuel pellet injection is one of the most effective ways of getting fuel into the plasma.

Royal visit put spotlight on MAST Upgrade

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The spherical tokamak MAST Upgrade, housed at the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy,is ready to start operating.

An equation for fusion and more

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An equation that will help with constructing a virtual fusion reactor and allow the refinement of designs.

Interview

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“We can lead the world of fusion research!”

Fusion in Europe 4 | 2018 is out!

EUROfusion Programme Manager Tony Donné looks back to a successful year 2018.

A desert ride

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A utopian story by Alessandro Lo Bue where the world has all the energy it needs.

Fusion in Peru: Battling inequality and climate change

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My hope is that one day nuclear fusion will be a new and much better energy option for the people of Peru, says Balbin Arias Julio.

Fusion as a benefit

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To me, it is very clear that the primary source of energy for the Earth is, and will be, nuclear energy, writes Nithya Muthusonai.