Commission Agenda Entry: Monday 14th November: Science in Europe – spreading the word.

October 31, 2005

Brussels, 28 Oct 2005

The news:

  • 3000 of Europe's scientists and media will come together in Brussels to explore new avenues for communicating European research.
  • The second edition of the conference ''Communicating European Research'' will also showcase the latest European research developments.
  • Daily press briefings will cover subjects including: polar research, air purity, methane in the ocean, global weather forecasting, flood prediction, new therapeutic approaches to local tumours and railway inter-operability.
  • Also, a premiere of the world's most complete and important database of fish.

The event:
The "Communicating European Research" conference, including press conferences, briefings and work-shops, will run 14-15th November at the Brussels Exhibition Centre.

The sources:

Ø http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/conferences/2005/cer2005/index_en.html

  • European Commission:

Ø http://www.europa.eu.int/comm/research/index_fr.cfm

The contacts:

Antonia Mochan Tel: +32 2 296 9921 ; Marilyn Carruthers Tel: +32 2 299 9451

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