Thorium Energy will feature prominetly at a day-long meeting of Members of Parliament, Scientists and Engineers in central London, on Thursday June 24th.
The meeting is organised by the CONFORM Project, which is developing the nsFFAG accelerator. This accelator offers the prospect of simpler, more compact and cheaper devices for particle acceleration. As the prototpe, known as EMMA, nears completion, the project team is holding an open forum in central London to showcase the technology and its applications to policymakers and leaders.
The BBC's Geoff Watts, will act as host and moderator, as project scientists review progress and discuss the prospects for further development and application, concentrating on the medical and energy fields.
The session will include the presentation of aroadmap showing what needs to be done to design and build the first Thorium powered ADSR.
Details can be found on CONFORM. There is still time to register for the event (free of charge).
If you can't get there, the talks and posters will be put on the web afterwards.
By Roger Barlow, Manchester University, Particle Physics Group
CONFORM, for oncology, research and medicine
ThorEA.org, The Thorium Energy Amplifier Association
ADSR Energy from Thorium, YouTube.com