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News & Media Log 2018

April 2018 - News

1. Physicists decry cuts to inertial fusion program
2. PPPL-led research enhances performance of Germany’s new fusion device
3. WORLD RECORD PLASMA EXPOSURE IN MAGNUM-PSI
4. Feds extend funding for nuclear fusion project, General Atomics breathes sigh of relief
5. S. Korea to send more scientists to int'l nuclear fusion reactor project: gov't
6. ITER nuclear fusion project avoids delays as U.S. doubles budget
7. Chirping is welcome in birds but not in fusion devices – scientists show that weak turbulence makes chirping more likely
8. From Earth’s depths to the stars, there’s good news for science in spending bill
9. Exel Composites and CNIM Collaborate on Glass Fibre
10. Will Brexit damage the UK's nuclear fusion prospects?
11. Italy picks Frascati for fusion test facility
12. Europe’s Investment in the ITER Fusion project: mastering the power of the sun and the stars
13. Fusion Research Ignites Innovation
14. Why fusion?
15. Why nuclear fusion is gaining steam – again
16. Fuel loading under way at Chinese EPR
17. Another Japanese unit resumes commercial operation 

 

 

March 2018 - News
1. Cray tapped to deliver largest supercomputer dedicated to fusion science in Japan by national institutes for quantum and radiological science and technology
2. The Guardian view on nuclear fusion: a moment of truth
3. Science Committee Seeks Renewed Commitment to Fusion Research
4. The New Atomic Age: Nuclear Fusion And Beyond
5. Halfway to reality
6. The Energy 202: Trump administration must decide whether to back the biggest nuclear fusion project ever
7. International nuclear fusion project seeks reversal of Trump budget cuts
8. 'The pathway to commercial fusion is the adventure which drives us all' - Howard Wilson on his return to Culham
9. Brexit threat to future of fusion
10. Fusion breakthroughs among highlights of the Department of Energy’s research milestones during the past 40 years
11. Tale of the atom tamers
12. Nuclear Fusion Powered by the Moon Could Solve Earth's Energy Problems
13. Spin-out of fusion robotics to health care and industry
14. Culham is key partner in new £1.2M ‘virtual qualification’ EPSRC Manufacturing Fellowship
15. UK firm sees year-end launch of pulsed power device
16. Ohi 3 reaches critical milestone in restart
17. Drifting and bouncing particles can help maintain stability in fusion plasmas
18. Big steps toward control of production of tiny building blocks
19. Meetings and Workshops
 

 

 

February 2018 - News

1. ITER Director-General, Bernard Bigot: “ITER is a global response to a global challenge”
2. Fusion power is coming
3. Nuclear fusion: the end of our energy problem?
4. US must stay part of ITER, warns panel
5. UKAEA launches National Fusion Technology Platform
6. Model predicts scenarios for energy generation using nuclear fusion
7. Nuclear fusion's clean energy dream meets budget reality — and San Diego's General Atomics sweats it out
8. UK committee concludes advice on Euratom exit
9. TAE Technologies pushes plasma machine to a new high on the nuclear fusion frontier
10. Meet the scientists who want to harness the power of the Sun
11. 50 years on, nuclear fusion still hasn’t delivered clean energy [Excerpt from the February 17, 1968 issue of Science News]
12. Will Brexit damage the UK's nuclear fusion prospects?
13. Green light for next Darlington refurbishment
14. Restart of Genkai 3 moves closer with fuel loading
15. Holtec and GEH team up on advancing SMR-160
16. Fusion breakthroughs among highlights of the Department of Energy’s research milestones during the past 40 years
17. Smooth sailing: PPPL develops an integrated approach to understand how to better control instabilities in an international fusion device
18. Lithium — it’s not just for batteries: The powdered metal can reduce instabilities in fusion plasmas
19. Integrated simulations answer 20-year-old question in fusion research
20. Looking ahead "The world community around fusion is expanding"
21. NFRI News | Vol. 18 January 2018 | Outstanding progress in KSTAR for RMP-driven, ELM-crash suppressions
22. Laser program at University of Rochester targeted for shutdown 

 

January 2018 - News 

1. Tianwan 3 starts supplying electricity to grid
2. First HTR-PM vessel head in place
3. Scientific panel urges US to stay in ITER
4. Six postdocs connect tokamak and stellarator
5. US withdrawal from ITER project may isolate US scientists
6. General Electric wins turbine contract for Paks II
7. UK committee says action needed on climate plan
8. EDF Energy expects 20% cost saving for Sizewell C
9. First borehole drilled in Canadian repository site search
10. Tepco surveys interior of unit 2 containment vessel
11. Compact Fusion: Are the Energy Equations About to Change?
12. The long wait for fusion power may be coming to an end