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Fusion conversation:Wei Zhang

| HighlightsFusion in Europe
Wei Zhang, one of the winners of this year’s EPS prize, spoke to EUROfusion.

EIROforum chairmanship

| Highlights
EMBL passes on the EIROforum chairmanship to EUROfusion

Making a case for fusion

| Fusion in Europe
Fuel for thought series from Fusion In Europe gives the page to Scott L. Montgomery, who makes a strong case for fusion.

The DTT question

| HighlightsFusion in Europe
For EUROfusion, the optimum moment to make a decision on funding a Divertor Test Tokamak would be around 2022/2023

Socio-economic studies on fusion

| HighlightsFusion in Europe
The June issue of Fusion In Europe features an interview with Chiara Bustreo from the Socio-economics studies group.

DT-time at JET

| Fusion in Europe
There are some exciting times ahead for JET!

Magnum-PSI's time to shine

| Fusion in Europe
Fusion In Europe will feature article on Magnum-PSI's world record in fusion research.

Like father, like son

| Fusion in Europe
A sneak-peek into one of the stories in the upcoming issue of Fusion In Europe.

Call: EUROfusion Researcher Grants 2019-2020

Information to send proposals for 2019-2020 ERG

Profile: 2016 EUCYS winner

| Fusion in Europe
EUCYS winner Jaime Redondo Yuste interviewed for Fusion In Europe

Musical designs on JET

| Fusion in Europe
Electronic band Poupées Électriques has released its CD “JET – Nuclear Fusion Device”

Fusion Writers ..and Artists …wanted!

| HighlightsEUROfusion
How does a future of fusion look like? We ask writers and, this time, also artists to share their ideas in the autumn edition of Fusion in Europe....

A thought for JET

| Fusion in Europe
From the Fuel for Thought series: John Howarth, Member of the European Parliament, weighs in about the importance of collaboration for JET in the...

Towards Sino-European fusion collaboration

European and Chinese fusion programmes building foundations for future collaborations.

MareNostrum 4: Swimming toward a wave of simulations

The hallowed halls of a late 1800’s chapel seem an unlikely home for a supercomputer. Or does it?