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Sharing EU laboratories – tiny particles, big possibilities

Romanian researchers track the most elusive of particles - neutrons - to help nuclear pioneers develop better cancer treatments and safe energy with less waste.

This research is part of our 'open access' initiative. We operate dozens of world-class laboratories to conduct research for the benefit of EU citizens. We invite scientists from all over Europe to conduct their research in our labs which are funded by the EU budget.

Find out more about the GELINA laboratory.

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