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AGOR: the next 20 years!

23 October 2017

Last Friday, the KVI-Center for Advanced Radiation Technology celebrated the 20th anniversary of the particle accelerator “AGOR” with a symposium.

A good moment to look back, but especially a very good moment to look into the future, where AGOR will play a main role in research into radiobiology, the physics and technology of proton beam radiotherapy as well as radiation hardness of electronic components for industry and space.

For this occasion, a short movie has been made:

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