LPPFusion’s FF-1 device was one of three fusion projects featured by IEEE Spectrum in their November news article, “Three alternative fusion projects that are making progress”. Spectrum is sent out monthly to over 400,000 members of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic engineers, the world’s largest organization of technology professionals. The article started with a photo of FF-1’s new tungsten electrodes. The article also featured a second effort to get hydrogen–boron fusion, the laser-based approach of Heinrich Hora and his colleagues. The third approach was MIT’s compact tokamak, ARC, which uses higher magnetic fields than the huge ITER project in France.