The future of research in Europe - a knowledge base for policy and management

December 8, 2004

Brussels, 07 Dec 2004

The PRIME (Policies for research and innovation in the move towards the European Research Area) Network of Excellence is organising a conference from 7 to 8 January 2005, to be held in Manchester, UK.

The aims of the conference are: to look into the changing dynamics of knowledge production in new leading sciences; to analyse the changing relationships between science and society; and to examine the governance of research and technological development policy.

It is hoped that discussions on these themes will lead to the development of a perspective on the future of research in Europe during the new decade.

For more information, please go to:
http:/// ME2005programme.pdf

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