Agricultural Research Co-Ordination in the European Community
The 1957 Treaty of Rome recognised that, for the European Communities to develop their full potential in science and technology, close collaboration would be needed between the research services of the individual member states. To that end the Directorate General for Science Research and Development, DG XII, was set up to co-ordinate the national research programmes in a number of key subjects such as energy, raw materials, environment and information science. Exceptionally however the co-ordination of research in agriculture was made the responsibility of the Directorate General for Agriculture, DG VI.
KeywordsMember State Directorate General Plant Protein Programme Committee Beef Production
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