Donated Synchrotron Will Further Middle East Cooperation
Facilities around the world are putting synchrotron light to use in areas ranging from medical imaging to microfabrication, a trend that has gotten a boost from the fact that countries with established synchrotron programs are donating equipment to less-developed nations that otherwise would have had to wait decades for the technology.
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