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Statement on EU referendum result - 24/06/2016
CCFE's operator, the UK Atomic Energy Authority, has responded to yesterday's EU referendum vote.
Culham apprentices win 2016 Brathay Apprentice Challenge - 15/06/2016
Culham trainees came out top in a competition to find England's apprentice team of the year.
Apprentices over the moon after Cranfield University contest - 14/06/2016
A team of Culham apprentices recently won third place at the National Apprentice Competition.
Culham physicists chosen for ITER Science Fellows network - 10/06/2016
Three CCFE experts will join a group looking at plasma simulation and theory for ITER experiments.
Alys and Sarah backing campaign for girls in physics - 08/06/2016
Two CCFE physicists are in a new campaign to get more girls into science and engineering careers.
Fusion at the Oxfordshire Science Festival - 07/06/2016
You can find CCFE at two events during this year's Oxfordshire Science Festival.
MAST Upgrade’s big move - 26/05/2016
The main body of the UK’s new fusion device has been lifted into place – all 41 tonnes of it.
Culham in the running for Apprentice Team of the Year - 25/05/2016
A team of Culham apprentices has reached the national final of the Brathay Apprentice Challenge.
Science Minister signals a new era for Culham - 23/05/2016
Universities and Science Minister Jo Johnson MP opened two new Culham research facilities on 23 May.
YouTube films reveal a new side to fusion - 17/05/2016
YouTube film-maker Tom Scott looks at the quirkier side of fusion research in two new videos at JET.
Five in a row for safety at Culham - 13/05/2016
CCFE's parent organisation, UKAEA, has won the RoSPA Gold Medal for the fifth consecutive year.
Culham apprentices rewarded for excellence - 10/05/2016
A quartet of Culham apprentices were among the winners at the recent 2016 Engineering Trust awards.
Special fusion edition of Nature Physics - 05/05/2016
Three CCFE authors are among the contributors to a new fusion-themed issue of Nature Physics.