A new EPS Historic Site to celebrate Bruno Pontecorvo’s centenary

By Luisa Cifarelli. Published on 27 February 2013 in:
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The EPS Historic Sites programme of the European Physical Society [EPS] commemorates significant places in Europe for the progress and the history of physics, as a further demonstration of the EPS determination – since its birth in 1968 – to strengthen the cultural and scientific unity of Europe: east-west, north-south.

p>On 22 February 2013 a new EPS Historic Site was established in Dubna, Russia, at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research [JINR], on the occasion of the centennial of the eminent, world famous physicicst Bruno Pontecorvo…

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