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The interest in fusion is increasing

Myriam Jacobs

Having been closely involved with ITER since its inception, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) participates as official observer to the ITER Council meetings (read Newsline #108). This week, it was Yury Sokolov, the Deputy Director-General of the IAEA, who attended the extraordinary meeting of ITER's Governing Body.


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