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December 16th, 2004
Potocnik calls on Technology Platforms to commit to openness
Science and Research Commissioner Janez Potocnik called on the participants of Technology Platforms to sign up to a voluntary code of practice on openness and transparency on 15 December.
Technology Platforms unite stakeholders from industry, the research community, public authorities, the financial community, regulators, consumers and civil society around a specific technological challenge. There are currently 22 such platforms, in sectors such as aeronautics, hydrogen, nano-electronics, medicine and steel.
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