Global change and ecosystems, call for proposals - additional information

October 6, 2003

Brussels, 03 Oct 2003

The European Commission has published an important announcement regarding the call for proposals for the priority 'global change and ecosystems', the deadline for which is 9 October.

All stage 1 Integrated Project and Network of Excellence proposals must contain, as outlined in the guide for proposers, a part A and a part B, while the 20 page limit applies to part B and does not include the part A forms.

Participants should also note that the effort form in part B of the proposal must also be submitted in the stage 1 proposal. To see the text of the relevant call, please visit: http:/// m?CALL_ID=78

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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