Outside Insights: Alternative Fusion
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Welcome back to our "long read" series. This time, it's an "Outside Insight" into different fusion technologies.
Fusion in Europe, new issue out!
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In this issue of Fusion In Europe, editor Karl Tischler looks for answers to the question “Why Fusion?”
New JET programme crucial for future of fusion research
A scientific programme to exploit world-unique capabilities on the European JET fusion facility, hosted at CCFE, is now underway.
EUROfusion-F4E Collaboration Inked
Fusion for Energy (F4E) in collaboration with EUROfusion, drafted an MoU with EUROfusion for the implementation of the reorganization of the Test...
In Memoriam: Romano Toschi
Romano Toschi, a pioneer of the EU fusion energy program, passed away on August 3, 2019 at the age of 90.
Call: EUROfusion Engineering Grants 2020
The calls to apply for the 2020 EUROfusion Engineering Grants are out. Deadline for proposals: 6 September 2019.
An unexpected journey
Sixteen apprentices from the UKAEA were called upon to help realize EUROfusion’s upcoming traveling exhibition on fusion energy
Long read: Open science – Part 1
Open science means innovative, accountable, collaborative, and faster research. But the devil is in the details.
Call: EUROfusion Researcher Grants 2020
The calls to apply for the 2020 EUROfusion Researcher Grants are out. The deadline for sending in the proposals is 19th July 2019.
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.”
Fusion spin-off Chromodynamics looks at crossing over real-time imaging from fusion to healthcare and more.
JET future secure
JET operations are guaranteed until the end of 2020 regardless of the Brexit outcome
EUROfusion welcomes new grantees
Research and Engineering Grants for 2019 awarded
Fusion bites served: mixed, blended and layered
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.