15.04.2011 11.Nisan, 5771
The cabinet is expected approve the $15 m. annual entrance fee that will allow it to become part of the European Organization for Nuclear Research.
The cabinet on Sunday is expected to approve the $15 million annual entrance fee that will allow Israel to become part of one of the most exclusive scientific clubs in the world: CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research.
Israel is slated to become the first non-European member of the organization that currently includes 20 states, 18 of them from the EU.
Based in Geneva, CERN is the world leader in the research of particle physics. It’s star project is the Large Hadron Collider, a $10 billion project that aims to bash together the tiny particles making up the universe at phenomenal speeds to allow scientists to observe phenomena that occurred immediately after the Big Bang….