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Nuclear fusion: building a star on Earth is hard, which is why we need better materials

By Aneeqa Khan, Research Fellow in Fusion, Manchester University
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Nuclear fusion is the process that powers the Sun and all other stars. During fusion, the nuclei of two atoms are brought close enough together that they fuse together, releasing huge amounts of energy.

Replicating this process on Earth has the potential to deliver almost limitless electricity with virtually zero carbon emissions and greater safety, and without the same…


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