Information day and brokerage event on the final NEST PATHFINDER call

November 22, 2005

Brussels, 21 Nov 2005

An information day and brokerage event on the final call of the new and emerging science and technology programme (NEST) PATHFINDER will take place in Brussels, Belgium, on 6 December.

Organised by NEST-IDEA, a specific support action to raise awareness and give support to the scientific community regarding the NEST initiative, in close cooperation with the NEST-Unit of the European Commission, the event is devoted to the final call FP6-2005-NEST-Path, published on October.

The event will first present relevant information about the call and then, in the afternoon, participants will have the choice to attend one of 4 parallel sessions on the following domains:
- tackling complexity in science;
- synthetic biology;
- measuring the impossible;
- cultural dynamics - what it means to be human.

Further information

Full details of the call

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