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n.1.(Anat.) A passage; esp., the passage between the third and fourth ventricles in the brain; the aqueduct of Sylvius.
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Salehi was quoted by the Mehr news agency as telling reporters last Wednesday that during the visit "we discussed possibilities of Iran's joining ITER, and the other members welcomed a prospective Iran membership."
The objective of the EMAB is to advise the ITER Organization's senior managers and the Director-General on enhancing project and safety culture, a challenging activity in the context of a mega international project with seven Members.
"The latest schedule submissions show several significant delays with respect to the schedule that leads to the first plasma production in November 2020," explained Osamu Motojima, director-general of the ITER organisation.
Construction work on the reactor at Cadarache is progressing well, the commissioner said, and the ITER Organisation (IO) was officially inaugurated on 17 January.
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China, the European Union, India, Japan, Korea, Russia and the United States have joined together to launch one of the largest and most ambitious international science projects ever conducted: ITER, the Latin word for "the way", which will bring fusion to the threshold of industrial exploitation.
ITER is a planned, next-generation fusion research facility for international research involving seven international partners: China, the EU, India, Japan, Korea, Russia, and the US.
Its first step will be an initial transfer of unused funds of EUR400 million from other EU budgets to ITER. The Commission said it would also request an additional transfer of money later this year when negotiating next year's EU budget, starting with detailed talks with MEPs and ministers in November.
Established to develop a new, cleaner, sustainable source of energy, ITER Organization has become one of the largest and most ambitious worldwide science projects ever conducted.
ITER confirmed last week that a meeting in June would bring forward a revised schedule which will postpone the "first plasma" when the reactor is switched on, from November 2018 to November 2019.
Over 9 years, DOE estimates it will spend $1.12 billion to help build ITER, but this is only a preliminary estimate and may not fully reflect the costs of U.S.