Agenda of the Research Working Party and Joint Research/Atomic Questions Working Party, 21 October

October 18, 2004

Brussels, 15 Oct 2004

Full text of Document 3740/04

1. S&T policy in the Netherlands
- Presentation

2. Five-year assessment of the Joint Research Centre
- Presentation and exchange of views

3. Conference "Brain Gain ­ the instruments", The Hague, 29-30 September 2004
- Report by the Presidency

4. Conference "Investing in innovation and research: realising the potential of public-private interaction", Noordwijk, 12-13 October 2004
- Report by the Presidency

5. Appointment of the Euratom Scientific and Technical Committee
- Draft Council Decision (doc. to follow)

6. A.O.B.

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