CNBC report on fusion

A front page special report by Trevor Curwin, on the CNBC website is promoting the Lawrenceville Plasma Physics company. The report claims that "one New Jersey company is continuing a steady march toward commercializing this powerful energy source".   In the report Eric Lerner, president of Lawrenceville Plasma Physics, claims that "the next step that is to have an environment …

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Plasma technology of the Fraunhofer FEP becoming established in the American packaging market

Transparent packaging films with permeation barrier layers developed by the Fraunhofer FEP are enhancing the freshness of American foods. Moreover, the plasma technology from Dresden has further potential. "This technology is the best one available today on clear barrier polypropylene packaging films“. Gabriel Durana, Product Manager for Special Technologies at Biofilm S.A. in Mexico, has high …

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Pulsed plasma in a capillary tube – Hot dense solar corona plasma is potential x-ray source

By injecting very fast pulses of electrical current into a micro-capillary channel, a team of scientists at Colorado State University has created hot dense pulsed plasmas with temperatures similar to those of the solar corona. The miniature plasma sword is a  dense column of ionized gas generated from heavy atoms. Copyright - Research.gov The efficient creation …

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