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KNAW subsidises a collaboration between KVI-CART and IHEP (Beijing, China)

11 January 2014
The Dutch royal academy for science (KNAW) funds a joint research project between KVI-CART and IHEP (Beijing, China) that will strengthen the bi-lateral collaboration between researchers of both institutes. The project builds upon a remarkable discovery of a new form of exotic matter observed by the BESIII collaboration and recently selected by the American Physical Society as the top physics highlights in 2013.
The grant of KNAW will allow to bring Dutch and Chinese experts together to form a powerful research entity enabling a focused approach in the search and interpretation of exotic matter
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