Plasma is a type of ionized gas consisting of a mix of positively and negatively charged particles. It is the fourth state of matter, after solids, liquids and gases. Plasma is found throughout the universe in stars and gas clouds and makes up most of the visible matter in the universe. Plasma is used in a variety of industrial and scientific applications, including welding, plasma cutting, plasma etching and plasma displays. It can also be used to create fusion energy, which is necessary to sustain life on Earth. Plasma is a powerful tool for studying the behavior of matter in extreme conditions. Scientists use plasmas to study astrophysical phenomena, nuclear fusion, and the properties of materials. Plasma is also being explored for use in medical treatments, such as plasma therapy for cancer and other diseases. In this section, we have gathered news, articles and videos about plasma from around the world, including the latest developments in plasma research and applications.