Commonwealth Fusion Systems aims to make nearly unlimited clean energy


After Brandon Sorbom graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles in 2010, he decided to take the “couple of thousand dollars” he had saved and his credit card (he had 0% interest for a year) and fly to Boston. 

Sorbom wanted to get his Ph.D. in nuclear fusion but had been rejected from all five programs he applied to, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. MIT had told Sorbom, who studied electrical engineering and engineering physics in undergrad, that he didn’t have enough hands-on lab experience. 

So Sorbom headed there to try to get a job at the school’s fusion energy lab.  

It was “probably a really stupid strategy looking back,” Sorborm says. “But I was…


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