Conference discusses role of technology assessment in S&T policy making

October 16, 2003

Brussels, 15 Oct 2003

A conference entitled 'furthering the role of technology assessment in policy making' will take place on November in Brussels' Flemish Parliament.

The conference will bring together European technology assessment experts and national policy makers to discuss the role of technology assessment in science and technology policymaking.

Organised by TAMI, an EU funded STRATA (strategic analysis of specific political issues) project, the conference will also serve as a platform to disseminate and discuss the results of the project.

For further information, please contact:
Susanne Stephan
Tel: +49 2641-973 323
Fax: +49 2641-973 320
E-mail: susanne.stephan@dlr.de
http:///www.europaeische-akademie-aw.de

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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