Israel and Iran Working Together on Major Scientific Project
Israel is involved in a major international scientific endeavor, based in Jordan, together with other Middle Eastern countries, including Iran.
The governments of Israel, Jordan, Iran, Turkey, Pakistan, Cyprus, Egypt and the Palestinian Authority are cooperating so that by mid-2017, their scientists will be working together on SESAME, the first Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East, The Jerusalem Post reported.
As explained on the SESAME website, “a synchrotron light – or synchrotron radiation – source produces very intense pulses of light/X-rays, with wave lengths and intensities that allow detailed studies of objects ranging in size from human cells, through viruses down to atoms, with a precision that is not possible by other means.
Advanced sources of light (like lasers and synchrotrons) have therefore become prime factors in promoting scientific and technological progress, and in recent decades the extraordinary power of synchrotron light has had an immense impact in fields that include archaeology, biology, chemistry, environmental
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