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March 29th, 2005

Workshop on research training in nanosciences and nanotechnologies

Abstract:
This workshop took place from 14th – 15th April in the Borschette Centre in Brussels, Belgium, and was organised by DG Research of the European Commission. The aim was to determine future needs from the point of view of research training necessary to maintain progress in these new technologies in Europe and the world. The discussion was primarily concerned with research training – both scientific and in other areas, such as business, safety, environmental safety and ethics – but this linked directly to infrastructure and regulation. Participants had a wide range of academic and industrial experience and came from 27 countries in Europe, the USA and Asia.

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