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Oxford Sigma has returned to Oxford City Centre to accelerate fusion materials technology commercialisation with new global headquarters at The Oxford Trust’s Oxford Centre for Innovation.
Oxford Sigma annual summer internship programme a success for next generation fusion skills development
University students from backgrounds in physics, engineering and material science joined Oxford Sigma for 8-week placements, developing critical fusion skills and contributing to Oxford sigma’s fusion materials and technology products.
Tokamak Energy and Oxford Sigma collaborate on the first American Society of Mechanical Engineers fusion power plant construction code and standards
Tokamak Energy and Oxford Sigma joined forces to make key contributions to the first American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC) for fusion energy power plant construction standards.
Oxford Sigma expands company footprint by opening offices at the UK Atomic Energy Authority’s Culham Campus
Oxford Sigma proudly announces its expansion to a new location at the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority’s Culham Campus
Focused Energy and Oxford Sigma accelerate power station designs for fusion energy with long-term strategic collaboration
Oxford Sigma and Focused Energy have signed a long-term strategic collaboration focused on accelerating the design and development of their power station device for commercial, carbon-free, energy production.
Oxford Sigma and Golden Metal Resources sign memorandum of understanding on tungsten critical metal supply pathways for fusion energy
Oxford Sigma and Golden Metal Resources Plc have signed a strategic memorandum of understanding to develop critical metal supply pathways for tungsten alloys and tungsten containing materials within the fusion industry.
Oxford Sigma presented the 30th IEEE Symposium on Fusion Engineering (SOFE 2023) on the latest company fusion technology developments.
UKAEA and Oxford Sigma collaborate on novel tungsten plasma-facing wall designs for fusion power stations
UKAEA has teamed up with Oxford Sigma to develop a manufacturing pathway for novel tungsten plasma-facing components for the ambitious UKAEA STEP programme.
Oxford Sigma and Tungsten West have signed a strategic collaboration to explore and establish critical supply pathway options of tungsten materials for future fusion power stations.