Sunday, January 04, 2009


Scientific collaboration can break a lot of racial and political barriers. There is always a glimmer of hope that people who hate each other or at war with each other can actually work together in science. Certainly SESAME, being constructed right now in Jordan, is a facility that not only will produce beneficial science, but also a small impetus for people who cannot get along with each other to begin talking to each other, even if it is about science, something that they could already do outside the region of where they live.


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