News of the WeekFormer Soviet Union

Armenia Gears Up for Synchrotron

Science  19 Jul 2002:
Vol. 297, Issue 5580, pp. 318-319
DOI: 10.1126/science.297.5580.318

You are currently viewing the summary.

View Full Text

Via your Institution

Log in through your institution

Log in through your institution


Summary

YEREVAN-- In a few years' time a decrepit building on the outskirts of Armenia's capital might be abuzz with activity as the headquarters for a gleaming new research facility: a $48 million, 3-giga-electron-volt synchrotron. Backed by an unlikely alliance of high-energy physicists and a New Jersey homebuilder, it will be one of the biggest single scientific assistance projects ever undertaken in the former Soviet Union if it goes ahead.

Related Content