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26.-30.09.2011: Register now for the first STREAM summer school!

Sep 1st, 2011 |

Brussels, 1 September 2011. The European Water Partnership is pleased to invite you to the first STREAM summer school, an intensive 5-day training for researchers and SMEs water practitioners, to be held from the 26th to the 30th September 2011 in Barcelona, Spain.

Registrations open until the 5th of September (Participation is free of charge*)

Young researchers from private/public research institutes and water experts from SMEs operating in the water technologies field are invited to apply for taking part in this year summer school. You can submit your application via the online form at the following direct link:

http://www.stream-project.eu/content/1st-stream-summer-school-application-form

The registration is still open until the 5th of September. All selected participants will be informed by the 16th of September. So, don’t lose this opportunity to be involved in STREAM Summer School and SEND US YOUR APPLICATION NOW!

More details about the programme

You can find more details on the programme on our website at this link:

http://stream-project.eu/sites/default/files/summer%20school%20programme.pdf

During the Summer School, participants will have the possibility to meet and share experiences with high-level experts of water resource management, framework legislation, as well as technology and research innovation. The summer school programme includes lectures, field visits and practical training for participants.

About STREAM

The STREAM project (Sustainable Technologies and Research for European Aquatic Management) is funded by the European Commission under the FP7- Environment. The consortium is composed of Minerva Consulting and Communication (BE), coordinator, and European Water Partnership (EWP), Europe for Business (EFB) and Menon Network. The project aims to support the development and the adoption of water technologies and raise awareness on the finding of research projects and address tailored information to specific categories of stakeholders. For further information on STREAM: http://www.stream-project.eu

STREAM organizes the summer school in collaboration with: Competitiveness for Catalonia (ACC1Ò), Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), Centro Tecnológico de Manresa, Enterprise Europe Network (CTM) and Catalan Water Partnership (CWP).

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Barcelona!
* The full course is free of charge but no reimbursement is foreseen for travels and accommodation expenses.





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