Nanoforum seminar on FP6 and nanotechnology

September 2, 2003

Brussels, 01 Sep 2003

The EU funded nanotechnology network Nanoforum, together with the Austrian national contact point BIT and the VDI, will hold an information seminar on nanotechnology research under the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) in Vienna, Austria, on 19 November.

The seminar will cover the aims of FP6, successful proposals from the first call, and nanotechnology in the candidate countries. Participants will also have the opportunity to present project ideas for the second call for proposals and to introduce other participants to their areas of expertise.
Further information will be available shortly at the following web address:

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