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January 10th, 2008
In what can be described as a historic moment for Malta's scientific sector, Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi will today sign a memorandum of understanding with CERN that will start off a long-term participation project for Maltese engineers and scientists in research and innovation projects.
The project, which started in 1984, will be switched on in May and its cutting edge technology may have profound implications in physics, engineering, computing and medicine ranging from the infinitely small (nanotechnology) to the infinitely large (cosmology).
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