EC earmarks EUR 180mn for research facility in Romania.

By bne IntelliNews September 19, 2012
The European Commission said it has approved EUR 180n financing for Romanias Extreme Light Infrastructure - Nuclear Physics ELI-NP project, to be developed on a research platform at Magurele, close to Bucharest. The facility will serve to various disciplines such as fundamental physics but also astrophysics, material science and life sciences. The research facility will involve 40 research and academic institutions from 13 member states. The project is planned to be operational by 2015. The Commission approved EUR 236mn funding for the first pillar of the pan-European project ELI in the Czech Republic in April 2011.

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