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In November 2013, the European Parliament formally endorsed the European Commission's 80bn-euro Horizon 20-20 research budget. This encompasses funds of about 300m euros to keep Jet running. Officials are currently finalising details of the settlement, with a view to signing the contract soon.

 

On May 25, 2006 fusion power research startup Lawrenceville Plasma Physics announced that it had signed a contract for research collaboration in nuclear fusion with the Plasma Physics Research Center of I. Azad University in Tehran, Iran. The company will be collaborating with the University to publish research related to aneutronic nuclear fusion power. According to the company’s press release, this collaboration “will involve exchange and analysis of data on [Dense Plasma Focus] experiments, simulations, consultation on instruments, work on design of research DPFs, joint supervision of PhD theses, and an annual meeting among participants. in the international fusion world

 

After the Fukushima nuclear crisis -- triggered by a massive earthquake and tsunami -- Japan has been strongly divided on nuclear power. Many Japanese will only consider a nuclear future for Japan if the technology is proven to be free of threats of radioactive contamination and runaway chain reaction meltdowns. Nuclear fusion offers the promise of nuclear power without melt-downs or widespread contamination -- even after the worst natural disasters. And so International Professional Networks (IPN) of Japan has turned to Fusion Power Corporation (FPC) to investigate the use of FPC's heavy ion fusion (HIF) for Japan.

 

According to a report in the state-run China Daily, the central government is planning to train 2,000 experts to pursue research and development into magnetic confinement fusion, which seeks to use magnetic fields to create the high-pressure conditions necessary for fusion. China is already a signatory and participant in the France-based International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) project, that is perhaps the largest project pursuing magnetic approach. Arguably one of the most world’s ambitious multinational scientific undertakings, the project has a price tag of at least $21 billion and involves hundreds of scientists from China, the European Union, Japan, India Korea, Russia and the United States. One concern among Chinese scientists is that the nation is not getting enough value out of its investment the ITER project. “China is trying to dispatch more qualified scientists to work on” the project, Cao Jianlin, vice-minister of science and technology, told China Daily.


 

Below are the listings of international fusion organizations:

  • Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic-Insttute of Plasma Phiscis, Tokamak CASTOR
  • Alfven Laboratory Divisio of Plasma Phisics, Sweden
  • Association Euratom - Riso National Laboratory, Denmark
  • Austrailian Fusion Research Group
  • CEA Cadarache, France - TORE SUPRA, Magneticn Fusion Program/li>
  • Centro de Fusao Nuclear-Associacao Euratom/IST , Europe
  • Centre de Recherches en Physique des Plasmas
  • CIEMAT , Spain
  • ENEA , the Italian National Agency for New Technology, Energy and the Environment
  • European Commission, DG-XII Fusion pages
  • Frascati Tokamak Upgrade (FTU) , Italy at ENEA Frascati
  • FZK Karlsruhe , Germany - Nuclear Fusion Project
  • Research Center Juelich , Germany
  • International Tokamak Physics Activity (ITPA) public site
  • Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute , Russia
  • Korean National Fusion Research Institute
  • Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP) , Germany
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) , Japan
  • National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS) , Japan - Large Helical Device (LHD)
  • United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA)
  • Weizmann Institute of Science(WIS) , Israel - includes a comprehensive Plasma on the Internet page

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Roy Webb and Gregory Ladner have long appreciated the exciting technology and significance of plasma fusion as a carbon free, power source that has a potential to economically supply an limitless energy source. This directory is their first investment into exploiting this new and exciting technology for the advantage of mankind.. The two partners have long understood the importance to the environment that nuclear fusion brings and by investing into this directory, have demonstrated their committment toward a carbon free, radiation free world. It is of their interest that this directory may help fusion researchers, business professionals, politicians and university professors find their information they need to accomplish their objectives.

 

 

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