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Feedback from Marie Curie Fellows

The European Commission, DG XII, wishes to develop literature highlighting the significance of the research work undertaken by Marie Curie Fellows, and for this purpose is seeking feedback from recent Fellows.

Marie Curie research training grants provide young European scient...
The European Commission, DG XII, wishes to develop literature highlighting the significance of the research work undertaken by Marie Curie Fellows, and for this purpose is seeking feedback from recent Fellows.

Marie Curie research training grants provide young European scientists with the opportunity to conduct research in another country. Since the Commission started funding research training grants, Fellows have given Commission staff many comments relating how they have benefited from their experiences. Supervisors have also praised the contributions made to science by their Fellows.

The Commission plans to produce publications which will highlight, to both academia and industry, the significance of the research work undertaken by Fellows. Therefore the Fellowship staff in the TMR programme are interested in receiving feedback, both from recent Fellows and from supervisors.

Source: European Commission, DG XII

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