STARMAKERS: The Energy of Tomorrow

18 October, 7:00 pm

2 hoursPWYD

Film / discussion | Environment & Nature, Physics, Science, Engineering

STARMAKERS: The Energy of Tomorrow

Science Oxford Centre, Quarry Road, Headington, OX3 8SB

The Joint European Torus is the world’s largest star machine, working in the heart of Oxfordshire. The UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) is pushing physical and engineering boundaries to test fusion fuels for the future. Join fusion scientists in discussion after this documentary film screening of scientists and engineers breaking a world record.

UKAEA researches fusion energy and related technologies, with the aim of positioning the UK as a leader in sustainable nuclear energy.

Suitable for teenagers and adults (film Certificate U).

Free parking available.

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Science Oxford Centre, OX3 8SB