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Nuclear power but not how you know it. How fusion could power the world

If it works, fusion power offers vast amounts of clean energy with a near limitless fuel source and virtually zero carbon emissions. Image: REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen

Matthew Hole

Senior Research Fellow, Plasma Research Laboratory, Australian National University

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