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170228-Sayers-Sesame

The idea of an international synchrotron facility in the Middle East was first discussed in the 1980s by scientists such as the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Abdus Salam, The proposal for SESAME, an acronym for Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East, began to then take shape in the late 1990s and after two decades in the making, the synchrotron will open for business in May. PHOTO: CERN

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