Six Scottish FP6 Events

November 12, 2002

Brussels, 11 Nov 2002

IRC Scotland is organising a series of free events throughout Scotland to highlight the opportunities for companies and trade associations of participation in the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6).

The events will run from 21 November to 6 December in Stirling, Aberdeen, Inverness and Edinburgh. Each event will have an individual theme, although general information will also be provided. The themes include the focus for biotechnology companies, focus on manufacturing and processing, and focus on ICT.

IRC Scotland works with organisations of all sizes and across all technology and industry sectors to help improve competitiveness through R&D, technology development and trade in Europe.

For more information and online registration, please consult the following web address: http://www.ircscotland.net/news_and_even ts/

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