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The collider will allow scientists to take a glance at the Earth's core

 Scientists can study the properties and history of the Earth's mantle and core using colliders (elementary particle accelerators). According to assistant dean of the Odessa University Geology and Geography Department, doctor of geology Igor Suchkov, Russian scientists have already developed a technology of synchronized radiation, which makes this possible. The theory behind such research was discussed by scientists from five countries in Odessa during the I.S.E.S. - 2011 - VII International School of Earth Sciences.
  «Technologies of synchronized radiation will allow scientists to research the qualities of microscopic particles of minerals. It will also be possible to conduct research of minerals lying thousands of kilometers under the planet's crust", - explains Igor Suchkov. Geologists from MSU and the Institute of Mineralogy of Chernogolovka (Russia) presented such technology at the forum. Igor Suchkov is convinced that such technology is now affordable only to Russia, Switzerland, France and USA.
  The VII stage of scientific seminars of the International School of Earth Sciences I.S.E.S.-2011, organized by the I.I. Mechnikov ONU and Lomonosov MSU will last from the 2nd till the 9th of September. It gathered over 50 scientists from Australia, Moldova, Poland, Russia and Ukraine in Odessa. The debated issues include forecasting earthquakes, radioecology, mineral formation processes. Students of the I.I. Mechnikov ONU and MSU took advantage of the opportunity to attend lectures of prominent scientists from the leading European universities during the forum.

The press-service of the I.I. Mechnikov ONU

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