In its April issue, the newsletter from the Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ASIPP) focuses on KTX, the reverse pinch machine that came into existence on 30 March. The mission of KTX is to explore the plasma profiles of future commercial fusion reactors. 'KTX will produce its first plasma in June,' says Pr. Liu Wandong, chief engineering director and dean of the Modern Physics Department at University of Science and Technology of China.
Read more in the _Do_KTX.pdf_DoX_April issue _Dx_of the ASIPP Newsletter.