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Mar 10, 2014

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In depth: Plasma & fusion

Tritium–deuterium plasma puts the heat on ITER's first wall

The UK firm MG Sanders is developing tungsten tile modules that will soon be installed in the Joint European Torus, where the components will be evaluated for use in the ITER fusion reactor. Ian Warrington explains the challenges of developing a complex technology that can withstand the intense heat of nuclear fusion.

Fusion Symposium looks to ITER and beyond

Fusion researchers from around the world will gather in Germany next week to chart the way forward to commercial fusion reactors. Hamish Johnston surveys what will be on offer in Rostock

Lab architecture

Robert P Crease looks at good and bad examples of lab design: do you agree with his choices?

Dreaming of fusion

A one-to-one with Didier Gambier

French frustration

Reforming France's science

Fusion: the way ahead

Harnessing the power of fusion

The challenges of fusion

ITER's new boss must succeed