The University of Alabama in Huntsville’s Aerophysics Research Center, NASA, Boeing, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory are collaborating on a project to produce nuclear fusion impulse rocket engines. It’s no warp drive, but it would get us around the galaxy a lot quicker than current technologies...
Comment: That headline should really say "cold fusion ..." as the article says:
“The fusion fuel we’re focusing on is deuterium [a stable isotope of hydrogen] and Li6 [a stable isotope of the metal lithium] in a crystal structure,” Txchnologist quotes team member and aerospace engineering Ph.D. candidate Ross Cortez saying.
Via Sepp Hasslberger