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  • Cryoplant | A vertical displacement event

    Three vertical storage tanks have been installed since last week outside of the cryoplant. The operation requires two powerful cranes working in tandem but also [...]

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  • Science in Texas | ITER draws enthusiasm

    At its Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, AAAS, invited participants to illustrate how investment in basi [...]

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  • Image of the week | In the belly of the (flying) whale

    On 15 February, 'Isabelle' and 'Jeanne,' the last of the ten toroidal field coils manufactured in France for the EU-Japan tokamak JT-60SA, were swallowed into t [...]

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  • Nuclear safety | "A pragmatic and creative approach"

    Safety is at the core of all nuclear activities. Over the past seven decades—since the first experimental reactor was brought to criticality in 1942—codes, stan [...]

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  • Intellectual property | Modernizing processes and practices

    'A wise man will always allow a fool to rob him of ideas without yelling 'Thief.' If he is wise, he has not been impoverished,' says Ben Hecht in A Child of the [...]

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The break of spring

Spring has appeared on the ITER site, with green and yellow sprouting in the surrounding hills and along the platform's embankments — for Newsline, the perfect time to take a spring break.

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We'll be back on 25 April to commemorate one of fusion history's watershed moments — Soviet physicist Igor Kurchatov's speech at the Atomic Energy Research Establishment in Harwell (UK) on 26 April 1956.

In the meantime work continues to progress on site, as the gallery below can attest. Workers are installing rebar at the second basement level (B1) on the east side of the Tokamak Complex; cladding work is nearly finished on the Assembly Hall; and concrete pouring for the cryoplant's underground structure almost complete.


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