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BIOTECH - 1996 Directory of trainees

The European Commission is to publish, in September 1996, a "Directory of trainees" which will provide information on research trainees funded under the Community's specific RTD programme in the field of biotechnology (BIOTECH) since 1992.

The aim of publishing the directory ...
The European Commission is to publish, in September 1996, a "Directory of trainees" which will provide information on research trainees funded under the Community's specific RTD programme in the field of biotechnology (BIOTECH) since 1992.

The aim of publishing the directory is twofold. Firstly, it will provide an overview of BIOTECH's recent and current training activities and give useful information to potential applicants. Secondly, it will provide feedback on the working experience of individual trainees, awarded grants by the Biotechnology programme.

In view of the difficulties experienced by young researchers in increasing mobility across national boundaries in the EU, the BIOTECH programme aims to promote effective exchanges of young researchers who can acquire or exchange skills. The directory will allow researchers to advertise the skills and experience which they have acquired through receiving BIOTECH grants. It will be widely distributed in both academic and industrial circles throughout the EU.

Source: European Commission, DG XII
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