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European Parliament Vote on Research Priorities. EMF? August 31, 2006

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“Current ICT research focuses on miniaturisation, mastering convergence of computing, communications and media technologies, including system interoperability, and convergence with other relevant sciences and disciplines, and on building systems that are able to learn and evolve. From these diverse efforts a new wave of technologies is emerging. ICT research activities will also contribute to a broader range of scientific and technological disciplines including biology, chemistry and life sciences, psychology, pedagogy, cognitive and social sciences, as well as monitor closely any possible impacts of ICT technologies on human health and wellbeing, in particular the effects of electromagnetic radiation.”

Betreff: Research funding for electromagnetic radiation
Von: Eileen O’Connor
Datum: Tue, 13 Jun 2006 13:35:50 +0100

This Thursday (June 15th) Members of the European Parliament will vote to decide on the European Union’s research priorities for 2007-2013.




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