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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
Return of Blob: Scientists find surprising link to troublesome turbulence at edge of fusion plasmas
New insights into dynamic edge of fusion plasmas could help capture power that drives sun and stars
New head of Environment, Safety, and Health comes at a crucial time
Fun science for parents and kids at PPPL’s virtual Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day
Applying mathematics to accelerate predictions for capturing fusion energy
All for one: Scientists find interactions threading through fusion plasmas crucial for stability
Innovative model of dynamic magnetic field that surrounds Mercury
A new explanation for sudden collapses of heat in plasmas can help create fusion energy on Earth
A landmark plan for realizing fusion energy and advancing plasma science
Artificial intelligence helps prevent disruptions in fusion devices
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Temporarily Curtails Operations
Permanent magnets akin to those on fridges could speed development of fusion energy
Permanent magnets far stronger than those on refrigerator doors could be a solution for delivering
Feeding fusion: hydrogen ice pellets prove effective for fueling fusion plasmas
Ridge High School and Princeton Charter School win fierce contests to go to National Science Bowl
New twist in artificial intelligence could enhance prediction of fusion disruptions
Design of W7-X fusion device enables it to overcome obstacles, scientists find
Particle beam could help map Earth’s magnetic field to understand how space weather impacts planet
A meeting of young minds: New Jersey Regional Science Bowl comes to PPPL Feb. 21 to 22
A Decade of Fusion, Astrophysics and Nanotechnology at PPPL
Investigating trigger for a sudden explosive process that occurs throughout universe
Outlook for harnessing on Earth fusion that powers sun and stars
Former PPPL intern honored for outstanding machine learning poster
New model helps pave way to bringing clean fusion energy down to Earth
Team led by PPPL wins major computer time to help capture on Earth fusion that powers sun and stars
New computer code could help reach fusion faster
Powder, not gas: A safer, more effective way to create a star on Earth
PPPL honors physicists Igor Kaganovich and Yevgeny Raitses with Kaul Foundation Prize
Batten down hatches: Preventing heat leaks to help create a star on Earth
James Wilson Clark, PPPL’s first deputy director for administrative operations
Gains in one type of force produced by fusion disruptions are offset by losses in another
PPPL is recognized for being green
PPPL wins DOE funding for entrepreneurship
Hiding nuclear warheads? This robot can find them
From new fusion developments to surprises in astrophysics
Janardhan Manickam, former head of Theory Division and international collaborator, passes away
Shake, rattle, roll: Turbulence found to disrupt crucial magnetic fields
Staircase to stars: Turbulence in fusion plasmas may not be all bad