Nato

Deadline: 01/09/2002
September 29, 2003

The goal of this sub-programme is to initiate research cooperation and to establish links between scientists of the Nato and partner countries. Support is available in the life sciences and environmental & earth sciences for collaborative linkage grants and expert visits, and to organise advanced study institutes and advanced research workshops.

Full details here
Address: Scientific Affairs Division
NATO
Bd. Leopold III
B-1110 Brussels
Belgium
Telephone: (0)2/707.41.11 x32
Fax: (0)2/707.42.32 x32
Email: science@hq.nato.int

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