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March 3rd, 2005

Research Infrastructures in support of Material Sciences

Abstract:
At a press briefing held today at the internationally renowned Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, scientists will present a number of projects that have been supported by the European Commission and that show the importance of research infrastructures to our understanding of materials.

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