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EVAL-INNO Newsletter, Issue No1

The key objective of EVAL-INNO is to strengthen regional as well as national evaluation capacities, in order to improve the the framework conditions for RTDI policies, programmes and institutions. Please find attached the first issue of the EVAL-INNO newsletter. here.

  • Posted on: 21.06.2012
  • Year of publication: 2012

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S&T field/scope: Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary

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