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On August 6th, 1945, the people of Hiroshima, Japan became some of the only humans to ever witness firsthand the terrible power of an atom split for
The Earth is a gigantic ball of semi-molten rock, with a heart of iron as hot as the surface of the Sun.
Nuclear Fusion has potential beyond what you can imagine. It can offer practically infinite energy with zero carbon emissions if it can be recreated on Earth.
We know that fusion works – it is the process that powers the Sun, providing heat and light to the Earth. But for decades it has proved
Scientists are ready to start testing the fuel for the giant new fusion reactor ITER.
Scientists created first living robots designed by supercomputers, that are fully programmable.
Elon Musk proposed in a tweet launching thousands of solar reflector satellites to warm Mars vs artificial suns.
Researchers intend to transport antimatter between labs and use it to study the strange behavior of rare radioactive nuclei.
A laser-driven technique for creating fusion that leaves no toxic radioactive waste is now within reach.