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Belarusian scientists develop electronics for Russia’s NICA collider

Belarusian scientists have developed electronics and mechanical parts for the future Russian NICA collider. Nuclear physicists from nearly 20 countries a working on the grand project.

The collider in Dubna is meant for researches, which are not available or ordinary laboratories. It will also permit to find out how protons and neutrons were formed after the Big Bang in the Universe. In the future these researches will help to develop a completely new type of fuel.

The total sum of the Belarusian scientists’ works is estimated at 1.5 million dollars.

Belarusian scientists develop electronics for Russia’s NICA collider