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June 25, 2024
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Granholm: Sustained Fusion May be Possible Within a Decade
Lawrence Livermore’s Energy-positive Fusion a Global First
Marvin Adams, a Texas A&M professor of nuclear engineering and deputy director of the National Nuclear Security Administration, holds a cylinder like those used by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers to initiate controlled, excess energy-producing fusion for the first time in any laboratory on earth.
Marvin Adams, a Texas A&M professor of nuclear engineering and deputy director of the National Nuclear Security Administration, holds a cylinder like those used by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers to initiate controlled, excess energy-producing fusion for the first time in any laboratory on earth. | DOE
Researchers have developed a global first: less than one second of controlled hydrogen fusion that created more energy than had been required to initiate it.
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