Scientific and Technical Research Committee (CREST) - 306th meeting: agenda - 26 January

January 16, 2006

Brussels, 13 January 2006

Full text of Document 151/06

Subject: 306th meeting of the Scientific and Technical Research Committee (CREST)

Session 26th January (actual CREST meeting):

1. Adoption of the Draft Agenda

2. Approval of the Draft Summary Conclusions of the 305th meeting of 5 December 2006 - Doc. 1209/05 CREST

3. Information from the Presidency and the Commission
- Presidency
- Commission

4. Hampton Court follow-up on R&D - Presentation of the report of the group of personalities chaired by Mr AHO, by Luke Georghiou (member of the group)

5. 3% and Open Method of Co-ordination
- Constitution of the second cycle CREST report drafting group;
- Presentation of the independent expert group report on "Public Procurement for Research and Innovation" by Rosa Wilkinson (Managing Director, Policy and small business service, DTI);
- Commission's Annual Progress Report and the role of CREST in the Lisbon Strategy.

6. Basic Research
- Presentation and adoption of the report on national basic research systems

7. Presentation of the Austrian national research policy
- Presentation by the Austrian delegation

8. Art. 169 - Financial Integration
- Presentation by the Commission and final discussion on the basis of contributions received from the Delegations

9. Agenda points for next meeting (17 March 2006; Brussels)

10. Any Other Business

Session th January (organised separately by the Austrian Presidency):

Workshop "Open dialogue on International R&D cooperation: practice and experience in Europe"

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