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India joins France-based neutron research facility

India has joined the Institut Laue-Langevin, a neutron research facility in Grenoble, France, ScienceInsider reports. It is the first non-European country to join the international project.

The Bhabha Atomic Research Centre in Mumbai, India, will put in about €7.6 million (USD10m) over four years, plus detectors as an in-kind contribution. In exchange, Indian researchers will be able to use the neutron beam for 50 days, the news website writes.

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