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Established in 1971, the COST programme is the oldest and the biggest European programme of S&T research. It is coordinated by the European Union. Coordination activities are financed from FP6, the research ones from national resources. Detailed information: http://www.netmaniacs.com/cost .

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The appliers by themselves determine the topics of the projects (the bottom up approach). The scientific fields connected with microbiology are as follows: food technology, nano-sciences, medicine and health, agriculture and biotechnology, chemistry

The INTAS programme

INTAS is an independent International Association formed by the European Community, European Union’s Member States and like-minded countries acting to preserve and promote the valuable scientific potential of the NIS (New Independent States of the former Soviet Union) partner countries through East-West Scientific co-operation. Detailed information: http://www.intas.be/ .

Topics

The appliers by themselves determine the topics of the projects (the bottom up approach)

The EUREKA programme

This programme was established in 1985 by Western European countries and the EU with the aim of promoting industrial and technological development of Europe, based on co- operation of countries in industrial development projects financed exclusively from national sources (private funds stimulated by public co-funding). Detailed information: http://www.eureka.be .

Topics

The appliers by themselves determine the topics of the projects (the bottom up approach). The scientific fields connected with microbiology are as follows: medicine and biotechnology.

The NATO Science Programme

This programme was founded in 1957 along with the establishment of the NATO Science Committee. The programme’s objective is to enhance science and technology through a variety of transatlantic links. The programme is divided into 4 sub-programmes:

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Science Fellowships: http://www.nato.int/science/e/fellows.htm

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Cooperative Science and Technology. http://www.nato.int/science/e/cst.htm

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Research Infrastructure Support: http://www.nato.int/science/e/ris.htm

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Science for Peace: http://www.nato.int/science/e/sfp.htm

Topics

The main scientific fields connected with microbiology are as follows: Natural and Technical Sciences, Life Sciences. The topics for calls are determined in advance.

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