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June 13th, 2005
NEST project helps design a better science policy
The European Commission is providing 250,000 euro to a new project aimed at increasing understanding of the production and emergence of highly creative and innovative research in the EU and the US.
Financed under the Newly Emerging Science and Technologies (NEST) programme of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6), the CREA project will focus on which factors lead to especially innovative and important research in the fields of human genetics and nanotechnology, with a goal of determining what institutions can do to foster it.
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