Eureka!: Time to engineer fusion energyPress
2 February 2017

Eureka!: Time to engineer fusion energy

There are grey areas between science and engineering, but sometimes the theoretical needs to move to the practical. Such a case is fusion energy, and one British company has a clear development path for turning decades of science into a reality.

Scientific investigations are the foundation of the technological world we live in, but there comes a time when science needs to give way to engineering. Things need to be made to find out if they work.

 

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http://www.eurekamagazine.co.uk/design-engineering-features/technology/time-to-engineer-fusion-energy/151121/



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