CORDIS Wire puts your events in the spotlight

June 5, 2003

Brussels, 04 Jun 2003

CORDIS, the European Commission's Research and Development Information Service, is offering a free exchange platform to support your latest news, announcements and information on innovative research.

CORDIS Wire offers an interactive service for the dissemination and promotion of innovation-related activities. Open to all, the service especially welcomes information on upcoming events organised by the research and business community, as well as various supportive bodies.

The service is available to all CORDIS users wishing to advertise events on innovation in Europe. The feature offers a great opportunity for registered contributors to receive coverage in the media on a regional, national and international level, as journalists tracking innovative news regularly use the service. In addition, a search tool enables quick identification of events according to their location, topics or date.

CORDIS Wire acts as a complement to CORDIS News and offers yet more visibility to externally generated information. Dedicated information from Wire is published on other key services, such as the Incubators and the Nanotechnology services. Users wishing to keep abreast can also use the Wire e-mail alert service to follow both the latest releases and events covering the trends in European innovation. http://www.cordis.lu/wire/events

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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