Japanese physicists aim to unlock universe’s mysteries

Physics.org

A worker shows the facilties of the worlds largest scale synchrotron 500m in diameter which produces neutrons and neutrino and can be used for research materials and life science at the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) Tokai Research and development …
A worker shows the facilties of the world?s largest scale synchrotron 500m in diameter which produces neutrons and neutrino and can be used for research materials and life science at the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) Tokai Research and development center at Tokai village in Ibaraki prefecture, in July.

As the world?s scientists try to unzip mysteries about the universe, Japan is set to open its largest atomic science park to study the world at its smallest level.

Source: physics.org

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