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Nuclear Fusion / UKAEA Successfully Tests Concept That ‘Could Make Plants Commercially Viable’

By David Dalton
26 May 2021

UKAEA Successfully Tests Concept That ‘Could Make Plants Commercially Viable’
The interior of the Mast Upgrade tokamak device at UKAEA in England. Courtesy UKAEA.
Scientists at the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) have successfully tested a world-first concept that could clear one of the major hurdles in developing fusion.

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