• International nuclear fusion research pursues the goal of developing an environmentally friendly, safe and sustainable energy source. The Fusion@ÖAW Coordination Office bundles the research and development projects from Austrian research institutes and companies. In addition, Fusion@ÖAW is responsible for the dissemination of information about the current status of the ITER project to industry and other stakeholders.

  • International nuclear fusion research pursues the goal of developing an environmentally friendly, safe and sustainable energy source. The Fusion@ÖAW Coordination Office bundles the research and development projects from Austrian research institutes and companies. In addition, Fusion@ÖAW is responsible for the dissemination of information about the current status of the ITER project to industry and other stakeholders.

  • International nuclear fusion research pursues the goal of developing an environmentally friendly, safe and sustainable energy source. The Fusion@ÖAW Coordination Office bundles the research and development projects from Austrian research institutes and companies. In addition, Fusion@ÖAW is responsible for the dissemination of information about the current status of the ITER project to industry and other stakeholders.

  • International nuclear fusion research pursues the goal of developing an environmentally friendly, safe and sustainable energy source. The Fusion@ÖAW Coordination Office bundles the research and development projects from Austrian research institutes and companies. In addition, Fusion@ÖAW is responsible for the dissemination of information about the current status of the ITER project to industry and other stakeholders.

  • International nuclear fusion research pursues the goal of developing an environmentally friendly, safe and sustainable energy source. The Fusion@ÖAW Coordination Office bundles the research and development projects from Austrian research institutes and companies. In addition, Fusion@ÖAW is responsible for the dissemination of information about the current status of the ITER project to industry and other stakeholders.

International nuclear fusion research pursues the goal of developing an environmentally friendly, safe and sustainable energy source. The Fusion@ÖAW Coordination Office bundles the research and development projects from Austrian research institutes and companies. In addition, Fusion@ÖAW is responsible for the dissemination of information about the current status of the ITER project to industry and other stakeholders.

 

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