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How to cool the nuclear reactors of the future?

Researchers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology are paving the way for cooling fusion reactors, following a historic breakthrough in nuclear fusion.

According to the IEA, nuclear power made up about 10% of global electricity generation in 2020. This share has declined from 18% in the late 1990s, but nuclear is still the second- largest source of low emissions electricity (i.e. non-fossil-based) after hydroelectric...

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