Biodiversity schemes take root in China

@article{Cyranoski2003BiodiversityST,
  title={Biodiversity schemes take root in China},
  author={David Cyranoski},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2003},
  volume={425},
  pages={890-890}
}
A popular series of intimate, cutting-edge scientific meetings for European researchers is facing the axe because it doesn’t fit the priorities of the European Union (EU) Framework programme of research. The European Research Conferences (EURESCO) were started in 1990 as Europe’s answer to the Gordon Research Conferences, which attract top researchers from all over the world to discuss specific scientific topics, but usually take place in the United States. The EU’s Sixth Framework Programme… CONTINUE READING