Turkey's Atomic Energy Agency (TAEK) and European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) will sign an agreement of cooperation, The New Anatolian reported.
The agreement will be signed at CERN HQs in Ceneva on April 14th.
TAEK's President Okay Cakiroglu said on Thursday that this was an agreement Turkish scientists longed for. He said with it, Turkey would partake in international physics research projects and Turkish scientists would receive training.
"With this agreement, Turkey has approached one more step to CERN membership. The projects that will be carried out under this will be useful for us 30 or 50 years later," said Cakiroglu.
Last Mod: 11 Nisan 2008, 07:45