Physicists working at the DIII-D National Fusion Facility (NFF) are involved in tests with materials they hope to use in the construction of next-gen fusion reactors.
Fusion energy researchers around the world are increasingly looking to lasers as the path toward producing cleaner, more sustainable energy in the years ahead.
A team of physicists at Princeton Plasma Physics Lab says they have narrowed down what causes plasma disruptions during fusion reactions.
Scientists could soon be closing in on making sustainable fusion energy a reality, thanks to an innovative new take on an existing technology that could help fusion reactions occur in a more confined space.
China’s EAST Tokamak fusion reactor has set a new world’s record by maintaining its nuclear fusion reaction for...