Research and Joint Research/Atomic Questions Working Party: agenda - 10 November

November 10, 2005

Brussels, 9 November 2005

Full text of Document 3950/05

Subject: RESEARCH AND JOINT RESEARCH/ATOMIC QUESTIONS WORKING PARTY

Date: Thursday 10 November 2005 - 10h00
Venue: COUNCIL JUSTUS LIPSIUS BUILDING, Rue de la Loi 175, 1048 BRUSSELS

1. ITER
Information from the Commission on the state-of-play

2. Seventh Framework Programme (EC thematic priorities)
examination of Presidency text
doc. 8087/05 RECH 80 ATO 45 COMPET 68 CODEC 266

3. Commission communication: "More Research and Innovation Investing for Growth and Employment"
draft Council conclusions (DS 618/05)
doc. 13606/05 ECOFIN 319 RECH 196 COMPET 220 SOC 406

4. A.O.B.

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