Conference on technology assessment to be held in Brussels

November 5, 2003

Brussels, 04 Nov 2003

The EU funded TAMI (Technology Assessment in Europe: between Method and Impact) project will hold its final conference on November in Brussels.

The project aims to create a structured dialogue between technology assessment experts and decision makers in science and technology. Entitled 'Furthering the role of technology assessment in policy-making', the conference will be attended by European technology assessment experts, national policy makers and members of the European Parliament.

The project is being funded under the 'improving human potential' section of the Fifth Framework Programme.

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