Nuclear fusion breakthrough hailed by Lockheed Martin

Jessica Shankleman
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Company predicts compact reactors could be ready for commercial use within 10 years

Defence giant Lockheed Martin is seeking industry and government partners to help develop a small nuclear fusion reactor prototype, potentially marking a major breakthrough for the innovative low carbon...

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