To enable the civilization of tomorrow, we need to work together towards an energy source beyond the science and technology we already master.
This is why we encourage diverse approaches towards finding fusion devices desired by citizens, feasible by scientists and engineers, and viable with the economics in play.
We aim to be curious learners, eager teachers, avid experimenters, and overall supporters of multidisciplinary teams that make this vision a reality.
In the Summer of 2016, a team at Princeton announced they had stabilized a Field Reversed Configuration for 250 milliseconds; a record. In the Spring of 2017, I traveled to NJ to see this work first hand. This article walks you through their work.
Matt Moynihan - June 08, 2017
There is a new documentary on nuclear fusion. I went to the Canadian premier to see it, in person, and I wrote this short review.
Matt Moynihan - May 08, 2017
On Friday, April first, a new startup in Silicon Valley announced plans for a fusion-fission hybrid power plant. This article looks at their technology.
Matt Moynihan - April 09, 2017
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