Michel Laberge:
Come colpi di martello sincronizzati possono generare fusione nucleare

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Il nostro futuro energetico dipende dalla fusione nucleare, dice Michel Laberge. Il fisico del plasma gestisce una piccola azienda con una grande idea per un nuovo tipo di reattore nucleare che potrebbe produrre energia pulita e economica. Il suo segreto? Alta velocità, altissime temperature e una fortissima pressione. In questo intervento ottimista, spiega come la fusione nucleare potrebbe essere dietro l'angolo.

Plasma physicist
In a lab near Vancouver, Michel Laberge and his team at General Fusion are building a prototype fusion reactor that mimics the processes of the sun to produce cheap, clean and abundant energy. Full bio
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