New CORDIS Express archive gives overview of a busy period for European research

February 7, 2003

Brussels, 06 Feb 2003

CORDIS, the European Commission's Research and Development Information Service, now has a new archive facility for its free weekly online newsletter.

The newsletter, CORDIS Express, provides a weekly insight into the latest and most topical European research and innovation developments. It offers a selection of CORDIS information, including a review and summaries of the latest news on the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6), innovation policy, national and regional information, calls and events. In addition, Express highlights new services available on CORDIS as well as a selection of the latest projects, partnering opportunities and developments in technological intelligence.

The new archive section enables users to review recent trends in European research and development (R&D) and innovation. CORDIS Express followed the development of FP6 and covered a very busy period for European research, including such milestones as the launch of FP6 and the publication of the Commission's Green Paper on entrepreneurship. The CORDIS Express archive thus offers a week-by-week overview of policy and practice since August 2002.

CORDIS Express is available on the web or can be received directly by e-mail each Friday morning free of charge. To subscribe, please visit CORDIS Express at the reference below. http://www.cordis.lu/express

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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