Free Webinar on Future of Fusion Energy with Arthur Turrell

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Find out about fusion energy and question Arthur Turrell, author of The Star Builders: Nuclear Fusion and the Race to Power the Planet  (Amazon US)

About this event  ( Registration Link )  January 25, 2022 at 2:30 PM EST

Fusion Energy Insights is excited to present a free, open-to-all author Q&A event with plasma-physicist-turned-economist Arthur Turrell in conversation with Melanie Windridge on January 25, 2022 at 2:30 PM EST.

Come to find out about fusion energy and some of the key public and private players in the growing fusion industry. Read the book and put your own questions to Arthur Turrell in our Q&A. The event will be recorded and the replay shared with registered participants.

About the book

sb coverWhen asked what problem he hoped scientists will have solved by the end of the century, Professor Stephen Hawking replied “I would like nuclear fusion to become a practical power source. It would provide an inexhaustible supply of energy, without pollution or global warming.”

But what is nuclear fusion, and could it really be the answer to the climate emergency? Fusion exists already in the stars that fill our universe with light, but can we harness that power here on earth? This is the question The Star Builders seeks to answer.

In his compelling new book, Dr Arthur Turrell makes the case for cutting-edge new techniques in nuclear energy – innovations that would allow us to recreate the power of the stars on our own planet. Filled with the remarkable stories of the scientists and entrepreneurs who have dedicated their lives to a seemingly impossible dream, The Star Builders is an unmissable insight into the future of life – and space – on our planet.

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About Arthur Turrell

Bio_Arthur_Turrell_Feb2021-150x150Dr Arthur Turrell holds a PhD in plasma physics from Imperial College London, for which he won the Atomic Weapons Establishment thesis prize. From 2013 to 2015 he worked as a Doctoral Prize Fellow in the plasma physics group at Imperial alongside renowned starbuilders such as Professor Steve Cowley, former head of EURATOM and former CEO of the UK Atomic Energy Authority.

Since 2021, Arthur has worked at the Office for National Statistics, as the Deputy Director of the Data Science Campus. He previously worked at the Bank of England where he applied his scientific training to questions about the macro-economy, most recently being featured alongside several Nobel prize-winners in articles on how to ‘rebuild macroeconomics’.

About Melanie Windridge

mw tedDr Melanie Windridge is a specialist in fusion energy who helps people see the value and opportunities of fusion to society and their businesses. She is a plasma physicist, speaker, writer… with a taste for adventure. For instance, she climbed to the top of Mt. Everest.

Melanie has a PhD in plasma physics (fusion energy) from Imperial College London, is Communications Consultant for privately-funded fusion company Tokamak Energy and Founder of Fusion Energy Insights.

She was previously UK Director of the Fusion Industry Association. Melanie is the author of two books – the award winning volume  Aurora: In Search of the Northern Lights and Star Chambers: the race for fusion power. She hosts a blog, Science at Extremes, on her website and writes for Forbes online.

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