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Future entrepreneurs get outside their comfort zone in Energy I-Corps workshop
Scientists receive funding to study conditions that can disrupt communications satellites
Scientists awarded NASA grants to study conditions that can disrupt communications satellites
New computer model helps brings sun into laboratory
Sign her up for PPPL’s virtual Young Women’s Conference
Fooling fusion fuel: How to discipline unruly plasma
Found: A fast and accurate way to optimize fusion energy devices
Plasma device designed for consumers can quickly disinfect surfaces
Exploring Women’s History Month: A Help Desk technician discusses her perspective
Research confirms ingredient in household cleaner could improve fusion reactions
Exploring Women’s History Month: A PPPL senior administrative assistant discusses her perspective
Pioneering plasma physicist Wolfgang Stodiek who helped create PPPL’s first tokamak passes away
Insightful looks at nature and role of science by two former PPPL insiders
Scientists find clues to a process occurring throughout universe that affects fusion energy
Exploring Women’s History Month: A PPPL researcher discusses her perspective
An inside look at National Academies’ putting fusion on grid report
New high-performance computing cluster will greatly enhance PPPL and Princeton University research
Princeton Charter Middle School and West Windsor-Plainsboro North High School advance to National Science Bowl competition
New machine learning theory that can be applied to fusion energy raises questions about very nature of science
Scientists propose lithium to cope with high-risk condition in future fusion facilities
Team led by PPPL physicist wins major supercomputer time to help develop fusion energy
New concept for rocket thruster exploits mechanism behind solar flares
“The Renaissance of Stellarator” is unveiled at first 2021 Science on Saturday lecture
Three new public-private INFUSE projects to speed development of fusion energy selected for PPPL
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