[open-science] NECOBELAC Project
Clara.Boavida at nottingham.ac.uk
Wed Aug 17 15:21:55 BST 2011
The NECOBELAC Project is a network of collaboration between Europe and Latin American Caribbean countries. It began in 2009 and will run for three years, funded under the EU FP7 framework. The project works in the field of public health.
The main goals of NECOBELAC Project are to improve scientific writing, promote open access publication models and foster technical and scientific cooperation between Europe and Latin American Caribbean countries.
According to these goals two levels of training sessions have been developed, T1 courses target to future trainers who will organize and deliver T2 courses at a local level, taking into account local needs.
The next T1 course will take place in the Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico), August 22-24, 2011.
More information about the project can be found here: http://www.necobelac.eu/
Clara Parente Boavida
t: +44 (0) 115 846 8603
UNOTT - CRC
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