Seminar on European funding for international collaboration

August 12, 2004

Brussels, 11 Aug 2004

A seminar on European funding for international collaboration will take place in York, UK, on 17 September.

The seminar will demonstrate how funds can be accessed to enable joint research with developing countries, Russia and the New Independent States (NIS).

Discussions will focus on opportunities within the 'INCO' and 'INTAS' work programmes, what makes a good proposal, lessons learned from previous calls, partner searching and how small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) can participate.

The event will mainly be of interest to scientists working in the food, agriculture and environmental disciplines.

For more information about this event, please contact:
Laura Richardson
E-mail: lrichardson@betatechnology.co.uk
or
Tel: +44 (0)1302 322 633

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