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Aug 02, 2019
Indian science has landmark moment at ITER, a global effort to create first-ever nuclear fusion deviceITER is a 35-country-effort to build the world’s first nuclear fusion device that, if all goes well, will be capable of producing electricity for our commercial purposes by 2045. Nine per cent of the $25 billion worth project is being borne by India as an 'in kind' contribution; 23 July 2019 marked a celebration of this contribution
May 30, 2019
World's second EPR-style nuclear fusion reactor greenlit to operate in ChinaThe next-gen reactor carried out its first reaction, becoming only second in the world to reach the milestone.
Jan 21, 2019
Move over, Large Hadron Collider: Here's what CERN's replacement could discoverThe FCC has a massive 100km circular tunnel around Geneva & the surrounding countryside.
Jan 16, 2019
CERN's new concept for a next-gen particle smasher dwarfs the Large HadronCERN scientists have laid out a $40 billion vision to build a reactor 4 times larger than the LHC.
Nov 28, 2018
Nuclear fusion reactor in Germany sets multiple records towards sustainable energyThe Wendelstein 7-X reactor has broken records for the highest plasma and energy density from fusion.
Nov 14, 2018
China’s artificial Sun reaches fusion temperatures thrice that of the real SunAt 100 million °C, the reactor attained the minimum temperature needed for sustained nuclear fusion.
Oct 18, 2018
How far are we from nuclear fusion as a commercially-viable energy source?Critics are unsure that money thrown at fusion will prove a commercially-viable energy source.
Oct 12, 2018
India crucial partner in commercially-viable nuclear fusion project: OfficialChina, India, Japan, Korea, Russia & US have contributed nine percent each to the project: Report
Oct 12, 2018
Largest nuclear fusion facility in the world may see 'first plasma' as soon as 2025The physics & design of ITER's core prevents the possibility of a meltdown-type accident: Official.