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Engaged in Fusion

-Myriam Jacobs

On 13 April, the Consortium ENGAGE signed the Architect Engineer contract with Fusion for Energy, the European Domestic Agency for ITER. This week, a team of about 100 people led by ENGAGE Project-Director Guy Weissenbacher moved into the new ITER office building on the Cadarache site. In the Featured Video we ask Guy about the scope of his work and his agenda for the coming weeks.


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