Inexhaustable—the energy challenges

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Inexhaustable—the energy challenges

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The latest issue of Review, a magazine published by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, examines ten of the world's most important energy-related challenges—fusion among them. "As the nation's largest energy research facility, Oak Ridge National Laboratory is playing a leading role in addressing each of energy's '10 Big Problems,'" says Director of Communications Billy Stair in the editorial. "Our strategy is grounded in the belief that no single technology and no single energy source can alone provide the volume of energy capable of sustaining both the quality of our lives and the viability of our planet. Indeed, this belief is now shared by the Administration and the Congress, who together have embarked upon the most dramatic program of scientific research since the Manhattan Project. Working through the Department of Energy, there is a collective and accelerated effort to attack each of the 10 Big Problems."


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