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By A.J. Roan
Metal Tech News 

Next generation drives future fusion tech

Metal Tech News - October 18, 2023


Last updated 10/31/2023 at 12:53pm

MIT PhD student Alexander O’Brien posing for a picture.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Gretchen Ertl

MIT PhD student Alexander O'Brien is working to deliver the next generation of fusion devices through research on additive manufacturing of metal-ceramic composites.

Young scientists brings lifetime of passion, curiosity, hope to producing better materials for fusion energy.

Spurred by next-generation thinking, innovative uses of composite metal-ceramic 3D printing in the field of nuclear may just be the "Eureka!" moment needed to unlock one of Man's greatest accomplishments – fusion.

When Alexander O'Brien sent in his application for graduate sc...

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