European Physical Society responds to ERA Consultation

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The European Physical Society has responded to the ERA Framework Public Consultation: ‘Areas of untapped potential for the development of the European Research Area’. The European Physical Society would like to thank its members for providing their comments and insights.

The response by the European Physical Society, along with those made by other interested individuals and organisations, has been published on the European Commission website. The final version of the European Physical Society’s response can also be downloaded directly here.

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