Agenda of the Scientific and Technical Research Committee (Crest), 21-22 October

October 18, 2004

Brussels, 15 Oct 2004

Full text of Document 3738/04

Chairpersons: Mr Achilleas MITSOS, Mr Richard ESCRITT

1. Adoption of the Draft Agenda 2. Approval of the Draft Summary Conclusions of the 296th Meeting of 1 October 2004
- Doc. 1207/04 CREST (doc. to follow) 3. Information from the Presidency and the Commission
* Presidency
* Commission

4. Presentation of Dutch RTD Policy 5. Presentation of Joint Research Centre (JRC) activities Presentation by Mr Roland Schenkel, acting Director-General of JRC 6. 3% and Open Method of Co-ordination
* Conclusions of the NL-EU Presidency Conference "Investing in research and innovation"
* Discussion on OMC model methodology for the second cycle (with a view to further analysis by the proposed sub-group)

Presentation by the Commission on ERA-WATCH (poss.) 7. Basic Research
* Further national presentations by Member States 8. Follow-up on the CREST Evaluation Network Action Plan 9. Agenda for Next Meeting (10 December 2004) 10. Any Other Business [Public Info Net automatically generates links to Council Register documents where an appropriately formatted document number is given. However, the document may not be available for public use and/or it may not be loaded on the Council Register yet.]

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