FP7 and the use of research

Odriscoll, Cath
May 2005
European Chemical News;5/30/2005, Vol. 82 Issue 2149, p28
Trade Publication
Reports on a speech given by Janez Potočnik, European Union science and research commissioner, regarding Seventh Framework Programme (7FP) on a research of the union during an international gathering of business innovation centres and science parks in Nantes, France in 2005. Need for research results to be used; Proposal of the European Commission concerning the 7FP; Plan of the commission to extend the use of exploitation seminars for the scheme.


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