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Some two dozen Iranian scientists and engineers will train there, and the beamline will be shipped to Iran when its synchrotron is completed.
Brazil’s new synchrotron light source — the Sirius project in Campinas — still needs an additional $70 million this year to stay on schedule for its first beam run in June 2018.
The Germans had a synchrotron-light source, and wanted to build a new and more powerful one.
One of the synchrotron's many applications is to test the optics in cameras intended for highly specialized uses, such as NASA's program for monitoring solar radiation.
The centerpiece of SESAME is a synchrotron light source — essentially a powerful microscope — that fills a large hangar in the countryside of western Jordan, about 35 kilometers (22 miles) from the capital of Amman.
The scientists say that synchrotron technology has nothing to do with nuclear weapons.
As Ryan F. Mandlebaum reports for Gizmodo, scientists recently turned to a synchrotron particle-accelerator for help discerning every morsel of data locked inside the prehistoric poop.
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