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Atomic agency and Paris-Saclay team up on heritage sciences

    

University to welcome visiting scientists as part of newly minted conservation research plan

The International Atomic Energy Agency has designated Paris-Saclay University as an Atoms for Heritage Collaborating Centre—meaning both partners will carry out archaeological research using accelerator technology.

By designating Paris-Saclay as a collaborating centre, the IAEA said it was recognising more than 20 years of fruitful collaboration in heritage sciences with laboratories and institutions located within the Paris area.

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