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CORDIS on Internet World-Wide Web

From early December 1994 CORDIS will be extended to include a CORDIS World-Wide Web (WWW) server on Internet. This service will provide information on CORDIS and the CORDIS databases, full text documents including the work programmes and information packages for calls for prop...

From early December 1994 CORDIS will be extended to include a CORDIS World-Wide Web (WWW) server on Internet. This service will provide information on CORDIS and the CORDIS databases, full text documents including the work programmes and information packages for calls for proposals, and a link to the existing CORDIS databases. To help proposers find appropriate partners, CORDIS will also extend its existing partner search service and establish a new expressions of interest service for the Information Technologies programme. The service will allow proposers to submit their entries electronically and to search for suitable partners via the CORDIS WWW server. CORDIS is available through ECHO (the European Commission Host Organization) and can be accessed using a direct telephone line, your local packet switched data network (PSDN), the Internet and Europanet networks, as well as all operational videotex services in Europe, and via gateways from other systems: - Telephone: +352-420347 using 300 - 9600 bps (even parity, 7 data, 1 stop); - PSDN: NUA access for Europe 0270448112, or for the UK only, A9270448112; - Internet: Telnet echo.lu; - Europanet: +204-370-310099. In order to use all the facilities of the CORDIS service on ECHO you need to register as a user with the ECHO Help Desk or by using the new ECHO on-line registration system. Access to the CORDIS WWW service will be available on the Internet using browser software (e.g. Mosaic) and the command: http://cordis.europa.eu/