The Energy Challenge and the Case for Fusion
Chris Llewellyn Smith, Vice President of the Royal Society and Visiting Professor at Oxford, discusses the advantages of fusion power for meeting the future energy needs of a still growing and modernizing world population with special emphasis on the technical challenges of tokamak fusion facilities, in particular the ITER project.
|The Energy Challenge and the Case for Fusion|
|Powering the Future
This is a four-part documentary series presented by biologist M. Sanjayan, forecasting the world of energy in the not-too-distant future.
|Harnessing Fusion Energy: The Power of Light
Our future health, happiness and economic well-being depends on producing plentiful, inexpensive, carbon-free energy that is available 24 hours/day, worldwide.
|Nuclear Fusion: Clean Power for the Next Hundred Centuries
Nuclear fusion, the process that powers the sun, can also be harnessed for power on Earth. Present research in magnetic confinement fusion is promising and advancing.
|Fusion: How to Put the Sun in a Magnetic Bottle
Fusion energy has the potential to be one of the most important scientific breakthroughs. Physicist Ian Chapman explores the challenges in nuclear fusion and explains how the international ITER project hopes to demonstrate that fusion energy can be realised here on Earth.
|Worldwide Progress toward Realizing Nuclear Fusion Energy
Professor Miklos Porkolab will review the enormous scientific and technical progress made in the last few decades in fusion research, its present status.
|Energy and the Industrial Revolution: Past, Present and Future
Arun Majumdar discusses a variety of research opportunities and challenges in stationary power and transportation systems that could enable the transition of our energy economy to a sustainable one.