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Culham

a village in S central England, in Oxfordshire: site of the UK centre for thermonuclear reactor research and of the Joint European Torus (JET) programme
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The phenomenal temperatures highlight why there was a net energy loss in the early Culham experiments.
Culham cites research that suggests exposure to diverse books--with characters that are Black and Brown and come from different countries and have different beliefs--is beneficial for students.
Culham is home to the Joint European Torus experimental reactor, the largest tokamak in the world, and holds the global record for sustaining the longest fusion reaction.
Culham advocates that we admit to our students that writing is messy but satisfying.
Tillside batsman Toby Culham (above) made 176 not out in his team's Premier Division win at Bomarsund |and (below) Kirkley captain Andrew Storey just avoids being bowled in his side's win against Corbridge.
A highly successful developer, he made his fortune in the expanding suburbs of Birmingham, and by his mid 30s he was able to retire to Culham Court, an 18th-century Oxfordshire estate, with Lady Barber.
Construction has started on a key facility for implementing the government's robotics and autonomous systems strategy, the robotics and remote handling centre Race at Culham Science Centre near Oxford.
Tokamak Energy, a small company in the UK, which evolved from the Culham Laboratory, has built and is operating the first tokamak in the world using all high temperature superconducting magnets.
World-renowned teacher trainer and author Dr Ruth Culham will be presenting the 6+1 Writing Traits training.
Known as a "tokamak," the project is based on the design of Jet, a European pilot project at Culham in Oxfordshire and will involve creating a plasma of superheated gas, which reaches the temperatures of more than 200 million C.
Sir William did so well that, by his mid 30s, he and Lady Barber were able to retire to Culham Court, an 18th-century country house and estate near Henley-on-Thames.