Upcoming media events Involving DG Research

December 11, 2003

Brussels, 10 Dec 2003


Event: World Congress of Science TV Producers
Type of event: Conference
Date: 4 December
Place: Paris
Contact: Patrick Vittet-Philippe


Event: EuroNanoForum 2003
Type of event: Conference with full media programme
Date: 9-12 December
Place: Trieste
Contact: Patrick Vittet-Philippe

2004


Event: Food quality & safety, nutrition, animal welfare
Type of event: Media Briefing
Date: 2 February
Place: Wageningen
Contact: Michael Wappelhorst


Event: European Business Summit: Research and innovation - a European strategy for more growth and jobs
Type of event: Conference
Date: 11-12 March
Place: Brussels
Contact: Patrick Vittet-Philippe


Event: Alternative energy: geothermal, waves and solar energy
Type of event: Media Briefing
Date: 12 March
Place: Almeria
Contact: Julia Acevedo-Bueno


Event: Prion Conference
Type of event: Conference
Date: 21-28 May
Place: Paris
Contact: Michael Wappelhorst


Event: Food chain: farm-to-fork
Type of event: Conference
Date: 17-18 June
Place: Dublin
Contact: Michael Wappelhorst

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