Network for European researchers in the US to be launched in 2005

October 20, 2004

Brussels, 19 Oct 2004

A network for European researchers living and working in the US is to be established by the European Commission and embassies of the EU Member States in the US.

The network is currently in its design stage, and a survey has been launched in order to establish how the network should be established, and what services and types of information would be useful to researchers in the US. The resulting network will be launched under the name of ERA-Link in late 2005.

European researchers in the US are invited to complete the short online questionnaire, which can be found at the reference below. To access the online survey, please visit: http:/// veys/eralink.htm

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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