Iranian scientists to produce nuclear energy with laser technology

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Major Breakthrough in Iran's N. Technology
News number: 890326095313:23 | 2010-06-16Science

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian scientists discovered a secure method to produce
nuclear energy with the help of laser technology.

Scientists from the Science and Research Branch of Iran's Islamic Azad
University Plasma Physics Research Center in collaboration with scholars
from the US, Australia and China achieved a breakthrough on nuclear fusion
which found a way for access to clean nuclear energy via laser instead of
radioactive material.

Amir Hossein Sari, Head of Experimental Labs of Science and Research Branch
of Islamic Azad University Plasma Physics Research Center, said nuclear
scientists have always sought a way to produce nuclear energy through
reactions but without radiation and without facing a challenge in dumping
radioactive wastes.
And now Iranian scholars have achieved a proper and secure method to do so
through the laser technology, he added.

Elaborating on the achievement, Sari mentioned that the same reaction used
in the scientific research takes place in nuclear reactions on stars,
including the Sun.

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