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Accelerators for Society

 

 

The impact of accelerators on Society

Particle accelerators are being applied throughout society. Originally developed for fundamental research, today they are used for a range of applications, from healthcare to manufacturing silicon chips to reducing pollution.

 

The TIARA tri-fold brochure Accelerators for Society invites you to discover how particle accelerators impact on your daily life.

 

 

 

              

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             Accelerators for Society brochure online

                                >> Click here to consult the Accelerators for Society brochure (version 1) online.

 

 

You can also download this tri-fold brochure (version 2) in pdf format: front and back or 6 pages apart.

 

 

For further details on accelerator applications:

                                       >>>> www.accelerators-for-society.org <<<<

 

 

 
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