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On the initiative of Mrs. Edith Cresson, Commissioner responsible for research, education and training, and Mr. Martin Bangemann, Commissioner responsible for industrial affairs, telecommunications and information technology, the European Commission has adopted, on 20 December 1995, a "Green Paper on Innovation" in which it sets out proposals for a number of priority actions. The objective of this Green Paper is to identify the factors - positive or negative - on which innovation in Europe depends, and to formulate proposals for measures which will allow the innovation capacity of the Union to be increased.

This annex describes the current progress and proposed direction of the following task forces:

- Task force "The car of tomorrow";
- Task force "New generation aircraft";
- Task force "Multimedia didactive software";
- Task force "Intermodality of transport";
- Task force "Train of the future";
- Proposed task force "Environment-friendly water technologies";
- Task force "Vaccines and viral diseases".

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Record Number: 362 / Last updated on: 1997-04-15
Category: POLI
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