Marie Curie Week
Award ceremony for the European Union’s first Marie Curie Prizes
Marie Curie Prizes are being awarded under the 6th Research Framework Programme (2002-2006) to honour former Marie Curie fellows who have achieved particular excellence in their research.
The award ceremony will be held on 4 November 2003,
from 14.30 to 16.00, in the Salle Dupréel of the Institute
of Sociology at the Free
University of Brussels (ULB). It will take place during an academic
session attended by Professor Hélène Langevin-Joliot,
granddaughter of Marie Curie and president of the panel of judges,
European Research Commissioner Philippe Busquin, the Polish Minister
for Research Michal Kleiber, the Minister President of the Brussels
Capital Region Daniel Ducarme, and Professor Pierre de Maret, rector
of the ULB.
Professor Bronislaw Geremek, historian and Former
Polish minister of foreign affairs, will give a speech on Marie
Curie and the example she has set for young people today.
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Institut de Sociologie
Avenue Jeanne, 44
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