Joint IST-NMP call information day

April 13, 2004

Brussels, 12 Apr 2004

An information day will be held in London, UK, on 6 May to outline the objectives and funding instruments of the planned joint IST-NMP call for proposals.

The event will give the latest details of the contents of the proposed call, covering:
- integrating technologies for the fast and flexible manufacturing enterprise;
- bio-sensors for diagnosis and healthcare;
- materials, equipment and processes for production of nano-phonic and nano-electronic devices.

The information day presents an excellent opportunity for potential proposers to inform themselves about the joint call in advance of the likely call date in early June, as well as meet the national contact points for IST, NMP and SMEs.
For further information, please consult the following web address: htmEvent&WCU=event_pkey=23

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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