PRL research featured in International Innovation

Wednesday 9 September 2015

A team from the Plasma Research Laboratory at the Australian National University has developed new optical instruments for studying plasma behaviour. The so-called coherence-imaging systems are advancing understanding of high-temperature plasma behaviour and paving the way for net energy generation and the commercial viability of thermonuclear fusion

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