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on Jan 18 2020
Ivy studied mathematics and classical music in the former Yugoslavia and received a degree in Computer Science from Binghamton University, SUNY in 2003 before joining LPPFusion in 2010.

Nice to see fission is moving toward cheaper, smaller and safer reactors,

working their way through new regulations.  This could help

fusion, once it reaches the engineering / commercialization stage...…/the-next-nuclear-plants-will-be-sm…/

Most interesting thing here is - the size!  LPPFusion patents include the small size of its Focus Fusion generator as one of the key components that will make fusion generators easy to add onto the existing local power grid, and easy to add wherever needed. 

Over the decades US Navy had been heavily powered by small size fission reactors.  Nice to see that smaller nuclear modules may in fact become a reality on land in the near future.  With the  generator's size so small (4 square meters for Focus Fusion generator), space exploration and new scientific discoveries are sure to follow sooner rather than later...

Change how energy is made and used today - see our compact fusion engine development here