Agenda of the 298th Meeting of the Scientific and Technical Research Committee (Crest), 10 December 2004

December 2, 2004

Brussels, 01 Dec 2004

Full text of Document 4499/04

Chairperson: Mr Achilleas MITSOS

1. Adoption of the Draft Agenda

2. Approval of the Draft Summary Conclusions of the 297th Meeting of 21/21 October 2004
- Doc. 1208/04 CREST

3. Information from the Presidency and the Commission
* Presidency
* Incoming Presidency
* Commission

4. 3% and Open Method of Co-ordination
* Presentation and discussion of the proposal of the CREST sub-group on the OMC 3% second cycle modus operandi

Presentation and discussion on suggestions for priorities for the second cycle
* Presentation and discussion on the R&D scoreboards: National R&D scoreboards and EU Industrial R&D scoreboard

5. Science and Society
* Report by the Commission (including information on the University Forum and the high-level group "Europe needs more scientists")

6. Basic Research

* Further national presentations by Member States

7. Agenda for the next meeting (20 January 2005)

8. Any Other Business

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