The U.S Government: fusion in the U.S.
Below are the listings of the DOE laboratories with fusion programs:
- Argonne National Laboratory
- Idaho National Laboratory
- Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the Virtual Laboratory for Heavy-ion Fusion
- Lawrence Levermore National Laboratory Magnetic Fusion and the National Ignition Facility and Lasor programs
- Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Los Alamos National Laboratory Plasma Physics site
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Virtual Laboratory for Technology
- Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Materials Program
- Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory and the Z Pulsed Power Facility
Below are the listings of the other government laboratories with fusion programs:
- Airforce Research Laboratory
- National Institute of Standards and Technology
- Naval Research Laboratory
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