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06/23/2014 - 00:00
ITER
Arnaud Devred, head of the ITER Superconductor Systems & Auxiliaries Section, has been selected to receive this year's Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IEEE Award for Significant and Sustained Contributions in the field of Applied Superconductivity for his 'many and significant...
06/23/2014 - 00:00
ITER
​ Construction of the European Extremely Large Telescope has officially begun in the Atacama desert in Chile, marking the first step in a true mega-project that could offer us answers to some of the most profound questions in science.   The event this week, the blasting of the top of Cerro...
06/20/2014 - 17:26
Room To Read
  June 16, 1976 -- Soweto Student Uprising This week we honor The International Day of the African Child which commemorates the South African students who were killed while protesting for their right to learn in their own language on June 16th, 1976. We had the opportunity to talk to Mr. Mbizana...
06/20/2014 - 00:00
ITER
06/20/2014 - 00:00
ITER
​The World Cup is an opportunity to take a look at how popular football games affect JET's experimental schedule: JET's peak power demand is over one percent of the UK supply — albeit for very short periods — so the supply from the grid is limited to 575 megawatts, and JET's two flywheels are used...
06/19/2014 - 00:00
ITER
​See the progress of the JT-60SA project — one of the three projects being developed under the Broader Approach Agreement — in this new clip filmed on-site in Naka, Japan. The clip shows that the six year assembly of JT-60SA is moving forward: the heart of the machine, the vacuum vessel, is now...