FP7 Introductory course - Cambridge, 8 March

January 25, 2006

Brussels, 24 Jan 2006

A course introducing the new aspects of the forthcoming Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) will take place in Cambridge, the UK, on 8 March. The course is intended to assist stakeholders with adjusting their strategy in order to take advantage of FP7.

The course will provide an overview of FP7, its background, overall structure, budget and roadmap, and the four main pillars of FP7 - Cooperation, Ideas, People and Capacities, in addition to the role of Technology Platforms and Joint Technology Initiatives, regional aspects and science and society.

An open discussion on the programme allowing, stakeholders to air their views of FP7 and share comparisons with FP6, will round off the event.

For further information, please contact:
Walker Associates
E-mail: Contact
Tel: +44-7720717965
Fax: +44-1223 473798

CORDIS RTD-NEWS/© European Communities, 2005
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