IPR Helpdesk to hold seminar on intellectual property under FP6

February 21, 2003

Brussels, 20 Feb 2003

The IPR (intellectual property rights) Helpdesk will hold a training seminar on 'intellectual property and the Sixth Framework Programme [FP6]' in Brussels on March.

The event is being organised in collaboration with the European Patent Office, CORDIS and Euractiv.com.

The purpose of the seminar is to provide those working in knowledge management with regard to the Sixth Framework Programme (enterprises, trade associations, consulting companies, public administrations, international organisations, academia, research centres and individual researchers) with a unique opportunity to debate IPR issues under FP6 with intellectual property specialists and policy makers.

For further information, please visit:
Remarks: Interested parties are asked to register before 21 March

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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