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View Resource Fusion Energy Educational Web Site

This site, a joint effort between Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Princeton Plasma National Laboratory, is a collection of resources about nuclear fusion. It provides a large set of definitions for the terms most commonly used in fusion research, and a course developed in conjunction with the Contemporary Physics Education Project. Some of the largest sections consist of: "Other Stars...

View Resource General Atomics Fusion Group Educational Home Page

This site from the General Atomics Energy Group features a collection of educational resources on fusion. Both naturally occuring fusion and fusion as an energy source are included. Resources for teachers to use in the classroom are included.

View Resource The Elements: Forged in Stars

All the stars in the universe, including the Sun, are nuclear furnaces fueled by fusion. Beginning with the fusion of hydrogen and continuing with fusion of successively heavier elements, stars form all the naturally occurring elements heavier than hydrogen and helium. This video segment illustrates the critical role that stars play in creating the elements, and describes the process of...

View Resource Introduction to Alternative and Renewable Energy: Alternative Energy- New Directions

This module is intended for use in a college-level introductory course in alternative and renewable energy. The document covers new directions for alternative energy such as thermoacoustics, thermoelectrics, magnetocalorics, sun heat thermochemical storage, liquid metal batteris and fusion. Each technology is described in depth and useful graphics are included to illustrate the material. This...

View Resource Massachusetts Institute of Technology Plasma Science and Fusion Center

This site offers comprehensive information on the research being conducted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Plasma Science and Fusion Center. Information includes the levitated dipole experiment, the Alcator Project, and waves and beams. The page also features information on research projects, faculty members, educational opportunities for K-12, undergraduate students, and graduate...

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