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We propose to celebrate the brightness of key individuals while returning to the Origin of SESAME, the Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East.
“SESAME was conceived in the late 1990s with the intention to foster scientific cooperation in a region of the world that has been torn by persistent conflicts. The project is built on the idea that science can help to overcome barriers and cultural differences within the common ground of science and research.”
We will share archives and live testimonials to commemorate this strong symbol illustrating the power of science diplomacy and science for peace. As of today, 4 beam lines are operating to empower the growing Middle-East scientific communities, as illustrated in numerous scientific publications opening the route towards a brilliant future. Esteemed guests will share their perspectives to capture this incredible story.