Autumn Edition of Top News from the European Commission - Research

July 24, 2006

Brussels, 21 Jul 2006

    SEPTEMBER
  • 22 Sept: European Researchers Night , different events throughout Europe exploring and celebrating research
  • No set date: Scoreboard of investments in Research and Industrial Development
  • OCTOBER
  • 5 Oct: Conference in Karlsruhe to celebrate the 25th anniversary of collaboration between the International Agency for Atomic Energy and the Joint Research Centre, scientific and technical research laboratory
  • 12 Oct: Transport Council: Galileo – state of play and a Mid-term Review of the White paper on European Transport Policy
  • No set date: Formal proposal for the establishment of a European Institute of Technology , following the launch of the project in the European Council in March 2006
  • NOVEMBER
  • No set date: Adoption of new guidelines on the application of the rules for State Aid in the fields of research, development and innovation
  • DECEMBER
  • 11-12 Dec: December Council: The third maritime safety package and Galileo – state of play, decisions on phasing out Galileo Joint Undertaking.
  • No set date: Launch of the 2nd Galileo GIOVE – B satellite

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