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March 8th, 2007
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A nanotechnology sensitive fiber laser developed by Turkish scientists will be used as part of the "X ray Source Project," which is one of the high-budget projects in Europe, H.O. Tercüman wrote yesterday.
Bilkent University professor Salim Çıracı told Tercüman about the studies conducted at the National Nanotechnology Center. With the equipments and its volume, the center will be one of the largest centers in the world, Çıracı said.
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