Cambridge to host workshop on FP6

May 26, 2003

Brussels, 23 May 2003

A workshop entitled, 'getting a framework six proposal off the ground' will take place on 26 June in Cambridge, UK.

The event is aimed at research managers, individual researchers and developers interested in submitting a project proposal for the Sixth Framework Programme.

While content of the workshop will be applicable to all areas of FP6, particular attention will be paid to Integrated Projects.

The workshop is being organised by the advisory company, Singleimage.

For further information, please consult the following web address:
http://www.singleimage.co.uk/workshopsfs .htm

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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