Research Is Bringing Nuclear Fusion Energy Within Grasp
October 31, 2012
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Ed Moses of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory discusses how lasers and fusion are revolutionizing energy innovation at The Atlantic - Fourth Street Summit Center.
Ed Moses is Principal Associate Director at NIF & Photon Science, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Interviewed by: Steve Clemons.
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