Source: Research Expedition Germany/ArchiMeDes

The Federal Republic of Germany is about to celebrate its 60 years and is marking the occasion with its role in research in particular. The extent to which science and research have contributed to the development of the country and what important courses they are setting for the future are to be conveyed to the visitor by the 330- metre-long “Expedition to the Future” exhibition train. When Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel waves the express to the future off on 23rd April at Berlin Central Station on its journey through Germany, fusion research will also be on board. In the energy and environment theme carriage, a model of the ITER international experimental reactor supplied by IPP could provide an answer to the question, “What comes after coal and oil?”.

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Julia Sieber