The ESS centre, to be built in the winning country, will employ
a total of 4,000 researchers over a 40-year period, the paper added.
The European Spallation Source is slated to become the world´s most
powerful neutron source available to researchers in fields such as
materials science, nanotechnology, biosciences and engineering.
Under the agreement, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Ferenc Mezei has been requested to head the joint Hungarian-Spanish
programme, which will be presented in Brussels on January 24,