An important initiative in Italy with theme “Science, Development and Employment”.

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scienza sviluppo e occupazioneAn important initiative coordinated by Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) with theme “Science, Development and Employment” is taking flight.

In the light of the actions needed to achieve the target of 3% of the European GNPs invested in the research field, Italy is discussing the implementation of a biennial event on research and innovation. Such event is intended to boost the quality of research and its results, and to develop the opportunity of research in Italy and internationally.

A round table is organized by SIPS (Italian Society for the Progress of Sciences) to discuss the theme, including high representatives of Italian Government, University and Industry is taking place in Rome on 8th May 2014, taking into account the major priority for Italy to enhance research and development, through actions aimed at fostering framework conditions where enterprises are encouraged to experiment with innovation and change.

Download the programme of the event – Italian language (PDF, 533 Kb)

 

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