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Fwd: Fw:Fiz-Karlsruhe and Fiz-Chemie sign co-operation agreement

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  • Subject: Fwd: Fw:Fiz-Karlsruhe and Fiz-Chemie sign co-operation agreement
  • From: Pete Strickland <ps@iucr.org>
  • Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 17:48:52 +0100
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Subject: Fw:Fiz-Karlsruhe and Fiz-Chemie sign co-operation agreement
Date: Monday 28 June 2004 2:07 pm
From: mo002 <icsti@DIAL.OLEANE.COM>

On behalf of Fachinformationszentrum (FIZ) Karlsruhe, Sabine Brünger-Weilandt,
and on behalf of FIZ CHEMIE Berlin, Professor René Deplanque and Peter Schuhe,
have today at the comInfo 2004 conference and exhibition made public their
joint Letter of Intent which outlines the planned close co-operation of both
non-profit organisations.

The first manifestation of this closer co-operation was visible at the comInfo
2004 where both organisations are exhibiting together at one booth. This joint
appearance in advertising and marketing when addressing the same target groups
is one of the projects outlined in the Letter of Intent; further projects in
the field of mathematics and in the planning and development of innovative
products and services will begin immediately.

In the future, an efficient, high-performance competence centre for scientific
and technical information is expected to develop out of this strategic
alliance. Further, the organisational model has been so developed, that the
future integration of additional partner institutions will also be possible.

Both FIZ Karlsruhe and FIZ CHEMIE Berlin are scientific service institutions 
the Leibniz Association, a society of non-university research and service
institutions operating in various scientific fields. They are supported by the
Federal German Government and by the German States, but both institutions also
finance themselves to a high degree from the sale of their products and
services. Both are organised as non-profit limited-liability companies.



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