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Italy. Lazio region. Frascati. Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati (LNF). Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN). Diana Sirghi (L), Catalina Curceanu (c) and Florin Sighi (R), all romanian citizens and nuclear physicists, are talking near the Kloe detector (used for taking data) at the European Phi-factory Daphne (Daphne means Double Angular for Phi factory for Nice Experiment). Daphne is a particle accelerator in a circular collider, an Electron–Positron Collider for high precision elementary particle physics. The main objective of this project is to investigate problems on fundamental symmetries, electroweak and strong quantum chromodynamics (QCD) physics that may be explored and investigated by scientists. The INFN - the National Institute of Nuclear Physics - is an organization dedicated to the study of the fundamental constituents of matter, and conducts theoretical and experimental research in the fields of subnuclear, nuclear, and astroparticle physics. Fundamental research in these areas requires the use of cutting-edge technologies and instrumentation, which the INFN develops both in its own laboratories and in collaboration with the world of industry. Frascati is a town and comune in the province of Rome. It is located 20 kilometres south-east of Rome. Frascati is closely associated with science, being the location of several international scientific laboratories. Romanian immigration. 30.09.2011 © 2011 Didier Ruef