Horizon: Season 45, Episode 12

The Secret Life of Your Body Clock (24 Feb. 2009)

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Professor Brian Cox takes a global journey in search of the energy source of the future. Called nuclear fusion, it is the process that fuels the sun and every other star in the universe. ... See full summary »

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Greg Atkinson ...
Himself - Liverpool John Moores University (as Prof Greg Atkinson)
Chris Boardman ...
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Russell Foster ...
Himself - University of Oxford (as Prof. Russell Foster)
Michael Hastings ...
Himself - Medical Research Council (as Dr Michael Hastings)
Jim Horne ...
Himself - Loughborough University (as Prof. Jim Horne)
Till Rönneberg ...
Himself - Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich (as Prof Till Roenneberg)
Debra Skene ...
Herself - University of Surrey (as Prof Debra Skene)
Eus Van Someren ...
Himself - Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (as Dr Eus Van Someren)
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Professor Brian Cox takes a global journey in search of the energy source of the future. Called nuclear fusion, it is the process that fuels the sun and every other star in the universe. Yet despite over five decades of effort, scientists have been unable to get even a single watt of fusion electricity onto the grid. Brian returns to Horizon to find out why. Granted extraordinary access to the biggest and most ambitious fusion experiments on the planet, Brian travels to the USA to see a high security fusion bomb testing facility in action and is given a tour of the world's most powerful laser. In South Korea, he clambers inside the reaction chamber of K-Star, the world's first super-cooled, super-conducting fusion reactor where the fate of future fusion research will be decided. Written by Anonymous

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