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Members inspect the chief operating engineer's station in the NSTX-U control room. Seated from left, John Lacenere, Larry Dudek. Standing from left, Anthony Indelicato, Tracy Estes, Stefan Gerhardt, Tim Stevenson, Al von Halle, Jerry Levine, Charles Gentile. Like a new passenger jet or power ...
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With near-surgical precision, PPPL technicians hoisted the 29000-pound center stack for the National Spherical Torus Experiment-Upgrade (NSTX-U) over a 20-foot wall and lowered it into the vacuum vessel of the fusion facility. The smooth operation on Oct. 24 capped more than two years of ...
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PHD Comic: Fusion Energy Explained
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The Young Women's Conference hosted by the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) became a pep rally for science this year when all 400 girls attending shouted “Science” at the top of their lungs from the bleachers in Jadwin Gymnasium at the urging of keynote speaker Jayatri Das.
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Chris Tully, front left, and Charles Gentile, front right, with participants in the PTOLEMY project under construction. Back row from left: Irving Zatz, Robert Woolley, Lloyd Ciebiera, Junast Suerfu, Doug Westover, Philip G. Efthimion, William Sands, Jim Taylor. Gallery: ...
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PPPL has successfully tested a Laboratory-designed device to be used to diminish the size of instabilities known as “edge localized modes (ELMs)” on the DIII–D tokamak that General Atomics operates for the U.S. Department of Energy in San Diego. Such instabilities can damage the interior of ...
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A proven system for verifying that apparent nuclear weapons slated to be dismantled contained true warheads could provide a key step toward the further reduction of nuclear arms. The system would achieve this verification while safeguarding classified information that could lead to nuclear ...
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PPPL Director Stewart Prager to continue to lead the plasma physics laboratory 
Stewart Prager, who has completed his first five-year term as director of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), has agreed to continue in that position. “I was originally drawn to the prospect of leading a large laboratory and a terrific staff,” Prager said, “and to helping shape the ...
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Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory managed by Princeton University.
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Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory managed by Princeton University.