Seminar on EU funded crop science and technology research

October 4, 2004

Brussels, 01 Oct 2004

The BCPC (formerly the British crop protection council) is organising a series of seminars focussing on developments in crop science and technology in Glasgow, UK, on 3 November.

Seminar themes will cover food, sustainable water and agriculture, as well as crop production and protection. There will also be a special cross thematic seminar on EU funded research in this area, which will aim to disseminate the results obtained through current and completed research projects from the Fifth and Sixth Framework Programmes.

For further information, please consult the following web address:
http://www.bcpc.org/Seminars2004/BCPC_Se minars_2004/index.asp

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