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New edition of Guidance Notes for BRITE/EURAM accompanying measures

The European Commission, DG XII, has published a new edition of the Guidance Notes for the accompanying measures section of the specific RTD programme in the field of industrial materials and technologies (BRITE/EURAM).

Accompanying measures cover the following eight areas:

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The European Commission, DG XII, has published a new edition of the Guidance Notes for the accompanying measures section of the specific RTD programme in the field of industrial materials and technologies (BRITE/EURAM).

Accompanying measures cover the following eight areas:

1. Studies in support of the programme and in preparation for future activities;
2. Support for the exchange of information, conferences, seminars, workshops or other scientific/technical meetings;
3. Use of external expertise, including access to scientific databases;
4. Scientific publications and activities for dissemination, promotion and exploitation of results;
5. Analysis of possible socio-economic consequences and technological risks associated with the programme;
6. Training actions related to research covered by the programme;
7. Independent evaluation of the management and execution of the programme;
8. Measures in support of the operation of networks for increasing awareness and providing decentralized assistance to SMEs.

The calls for proposals for accompanying measures 2, 4, 6 and 8 were launched on 15 December 1995 and will remain open until 20 May 1998 (OJ No C 337 of 15.12.1995, p. 32). For measures 1, 3 and 5, a call was launched on 15 June 1995 and will close on 2 June 1998 (OJ No C 148 of 15.6.1995, p. 15). Measure 7 will be the subject of a separate call.

The Guidance Notes provide information for those interested in submitting a proposal for accompanying measures, as well as details of the evaluation and selection procedures.

Source: European Commission, DG XII
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