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DOE NATIONAL LABORATORY:
PRINCETON PLASMA
PHYSICS LABORATORY

Fusion energy and plasma physics research is the primary mission of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL). A collaborative national center for fusion energy and plasma physics research, PPPL is managed by Princeton University for the U.S. Department of Energy. An associate mission for PPPL is to provide the highest quality of education in fusion energy, plasma physics, and related technologies.

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PPPL inventors win award for device that creates isotope vital for diagnosing diseases

PPPL inventors win award for device that creates isotope vital for diagnosing diseases

Charles Gentile, an engineer at PPPL, and fellow inventors George Ascione and Adam Cohen won third prize at Princeton University Keller Center's 11th Annual Innovation Forum on Feb. 24 for their invention of an on-demand method to create a badly needed isotope used routinely in medical imaging.

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PPPL graduate students help create exhibition exploring art and physics

This winter, a group of past and present PPPL graduate students collaborated on a new exhibition at the Princeton University Art Museum that explores the connections between physics and art.

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PPPL graduate students help create exhibition exploring art and physics

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Contact: Kitta McPherson
Phone: 609-243-2755
Email: kittamac@pppl.gov
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