The EU fusion website has been fully updated as part of the relaunch of the energy research website of the European Commission. The most signifi cant change is the recently introduced discussion platform enabling visitors to voice their ideas and comments on nuclear research in Europe and on fusion in particular. The site also offers researchers 200 pages containing complete information with regard to all of the funding opportunities in the energy and nuclear energy fi elds at EU level. Don’t forget to keep a close eye on the fusion subpage, as it will soon host video footage from a subsidiary event at the Copenhagen climate conference focusing on low carbon technologies. There, Prof. Sir David King, Director, Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, UK, and former chief science advisor to the UK government, gave a speech on “the future of fusion power and its role in fi ghting climate change”. Thanks to Dr. Takis Ageladarakis, EU Commission, for his input

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