PopularSurprising SciencePersonal GrowthMind & BrainSex & RelationshipsTechnology & InnovationCulture & ReligionPolitics & Current Affairs
New study figures out how stars produce gamma ray bursts.
19 January, 2020
University of Warwick/Mark Garlick
Princeton scientists find a new way to control nuclear fusion reactions.
26 December, 2019
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. (Courtesy: NASA/SDO)
- A new study from Princeton physicists successfully uses boron powder to control nuclear reactions in plasma.
- Creating plasma can lead to an unlimited supply of energy.
- The new method is cheaper and less dangerous than previous approaches.