Members of European Research Advisory Board (link)

October 19, 2004

Brussels, 18 October 2004

Commission Decision for the nomination of the members of the European Research Advisory Board (OJ C256/5 16.10.2004).
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On 3 June 2004 the Commission appointed 45 members to the consultative committee for research. Their appointment was made in accordance with the criteria set out in decision 2001/531/CE , Euratom of the Commission, on June 2001, related to the creation of a European consultative committee for research (OJ L 192, 14.7.2001, p. 21).

Official Journal of the EC, No. C256/5 16.10.2004

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