New superconducting magnet breaks magnetic field strength records, paving the way for practical, commercial, carbon-free power.
MIT’s Erica Salazar shows that faster detection of thermal shifts can prevent disruptive quench events in the HTS magnets used in tokamak fusion devices.
MIT-Commonwealth Fusion Systems demonstration of new superconducting cable is a key step on the high-field path to compact fusion.
An improved method for magnet tracking enables high-speed wireless tracking through various materials.
The X-ray-focusing lens used in the experiment is based on a design used in lighthouses for centuries.