'Fusion Island': UK start up reveals plans for pioneering nuclear fusion research

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'Fusion Island': UK start up reveals plans for pioneering nuclear fusion research

UK Atomic Energy Authority and First Light Fusion team up for project that aims to deliver fusion breakthrough by 2024

Hopes the UK could cement a position as world leader in the field of nuclear fusion technology received a boost today, after the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) and Oxford University spin out First...

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