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UKAEA partners with Oak Ridge National Laboratory to test fusion materials

Partnership underpinned by UK Fusion Materials Roadmap to gain insights on existing materials and to develop new ones for future fusion powerplants -  The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory…

UKAEA and University of Sheffield partnership to drive development of fusion technology

Partnership between the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) and the University of Sheffield is set to drive the development of fusion technology and the UK’s future fusion industry Research collaboration will tackle the fundamental engineering challenges around future fusion…

Fusion research software could help bolster energy grid resilience

Synchronised control systems can potentially prevent system failures and blackouts Control software used in fusion energy research has the potential to help grid operators cope with increased supply and demand, concluded a study by United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA)…

UKAEA awards £3.1million of contracts to accelerate the growth of UK’s fusion industry

Eighteen organisations have secured contracts with the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) to demonstrate how their innovative technologies and proposed solutions can help make fusion energy a commercial reality. The organisations will focus on overcoming specific technical and physical challenges. …

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Events happening at Culham Centre for Fusion Energy and other meetings of interest

8 December, 2021

Fusion PhD and MSc Open Day

Shape the energy of the future: join us at Culham on 8 December to see how you can apply your knowledge to work towards sustainable energy from fusion. The PhD and MSc Open Day will allow you to: Find out...

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