An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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World can benefit from China science

  • Proposed facilities at Guangdong are billed as ‘a paradise for scientists’ and, despite US suspicions, results can be shared and disseminated within the global community

An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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