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Cambridge University Energy Network - Nuclear Fusion lecture

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NUCLEAR FUSION – might it make hydrogen before electricity?

The Cambridge University Energy Network (CUEN) is delighted to offer you the chance to get engaged with the technical and policy issues surrounding nuclear fusion and its viability as a potential energy source for our future – but just how could such an energy source be implemented?

This is our inaugural set of annual lectures, and this session promises to be an interesting and engaging forum for debate. We are proud to host Dr. Bill Nuttall as our speaker.

Dr. Bill Nuttall is a renowned senior lecturer in technology policy at both the Judge Business School and the Engineering Department. A major area of his activity relates to nuclear energy and possibilities for advanced nuclear energy technologies. Bill Nuttall is also an advisor to the DTI (Energy and Foresight), the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology and the IEA , and has given evidence and advice to Select Committees of the House of Lords.

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This talk is part of the The Cambridge University Energy Network (CUEN) series.

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