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Renowned fusion laboratory honors pioneering physicist Richard J. Hawryluk
A dozen not-to-be-missed 2020 stories
A science tradition continues as Science on Saturday goes virtual starting Jan. 9
New national facility at PPPL and Princeton University explores low temperature plasma for innovative uses
Scientists collaborate on public-private partnership to facilitate development of commercial fusion energy
Physicists Hong Qin and Ahmed Diallo recognized for outstanding research achievements
New findings could improve understanding of potentially damaging solar storms
Arecibo Observatory and PPPL – A Noble, and Nobel, History
PPPL receives two national environmental awards
Second round of 2020 public-private partnership awards announced by INFUSE fusion program
PPPL awarded total of $4 million to simplify design and construction of stellarator fusion energy facilities
PPPL presents discoveries and plays a prominent role at global physics gathering
Chuck Kessel: Forging paths for fusion’s future
Advancing arrival of fusion energy through improved understanding of fast plasma particles
Building a star in a smaller jar
A bid for new businesses: Industry Day highlights business opportunities at PPPL
Exploring source of stars and planets in a laboratory
PPPL physicist wins third place at Innovation Forum for advanced liquid centrifuge invention
Renowned physicist and former diagnostics developer at PPPL wins Asia Pacific plasma physics award
Groundbreaking Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor is designated a Nuclear Historic Landmark
American Nuclear Society designates groundbreaking Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor a Nuclear Historic Landmark
Scientists develop forecasting technique that could help advance quest for fusion energy
DOE provides $21 million to advance diagnostics on flagship facility at PPPL
Researchers find unexpected electrical current that could stabilize fusion reactions
New public-private projects to speed fusion energy production come to PPPL
Tungsten isotope helps study how to armor future fusion reactors
Physicists propose new method to improve design of algorithms that simulate fusion plasmas
Revised code could help improve efficiency of fusion experiments
Tough, timely and team-driven: 50 years of energy research
New findings could help scientists tame damaging heat bursts in fusion reactors
Scientists propose method for eliminating damaging heat bursts in fusion device
Scientists propose a novel method for controlling fusion reactions
First results of an upgraded experiment highlight value of lithium for creation of fusion energy
How to grow a cosmic magnetic field
New insight into formation of chirping could advance development of fusion energy
APS honors scientists for plasma physics excellence
Barbara Harrison brings experience to new position for equity, diversity and inclusion
Barbara Harrison brings experience and human resource skills to new position of equity
Mathematical noodling leads to new insights into an old fusion problem
Scientists develop new tool to design better fusion devices
Quest, PPPL’s annual research magazine, reports breakthroughs and discoveries during past year
Matthew Kunz, Princeton and PPPL astrophysicist, receives prestigious NSF dual-purpose award
Matthew Kunz, Princeton and PPPL astrophysicist, receives NSF prestigious dual-purpose award
Federally funded upgrade reenergizes fusion experiment
A proven method for stabilizing efforts to bring fusion power to Earth
NASA’s IBEX charts 11 years of change at boundary to interstellar space
PPPL ramps up activities for diagnostics for ITER fusion experiment
New research deepens understanding of Earth’s interaction with solar wind