Oxford joins Imperial and York in £12 million fusion power industry partnership
A multi-institutional team will explore a new method for creating fusion power it hopes could eventually be scaled to provide safe, clean, and abundant energy. Support for the project comes from a combined £12 million from First Light Fusion, the company behind this new approach, and UK Research and Innovation’s Prosperity Partnership scheme.
The project will see Oxford researchers from the Departments of Engineering Science and Physics join forces with colleagues from Imperial College London, University of York, and industrial partners First Light Fusion and Machine Discovery.
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