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CECAM (European Centre for Atomic and Molecular Computations)
  CECAM is a centre funded by twelve national Institutions from 8 European countries with the aim to support computational physics and chemistry in the field of Condensed Matter, Atomic and Molecular Physics and Statistical Mechanics. It is hosted by the Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon. Main activities include research at the site, tutorials and workshops. For Belgium CECAM is financially supported by the FNRS and the FWO.
  This site exists in  EN
  The EIROForum is a collaboration between 8 European intergovernmental scientific research organisations responsible for infrastructures and laboratories: CERN, EFDA, EMBL, ESA, ESO, ESRF, ILL, XFEL.
  This site exists in  EN
ESA Space Science site
  This site describes the running and achieved space science missions of the European Space Agency. It highlights the European capability in space science and applications, and shows how European industrial technical capacity takes benefits of bringing together European national space programmes.
  This site exists in  EN
  This site exists in  EN
European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF)
  ECMWF is an international organisation supported by 23 European States among which Belgium. It has a wide-ranging programme of research and development directed at improving the quality and variety of weather forecast products for the medium range and beyond.
  This site exists in  EN
European Fusion Development Agreement (EFDA)
  The European Fusion Development Agreement (EFDA) was established in 1999 as a framework contract between EURATOM and its partners in the field of controlled fusion. This agreement is part of a Long-Term Programme for co-operation covering all the activities in the field of fusion research by magnetic confinement in the European Union and the Swiss Confederation.
  This site exists in  EN
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)
  The EMBL was established in 1974 and is supported by sixteen countries among which Belgium. EMBL consists of five facilities: the main Laboratory in Heidelberg (Germany), outstations in Hamburg (Germany), Grenoble (France) and Hinxton (the U.K.), and an external Research Programme in Monterotondo (Italy). EMBL has a four-fold mission: to conduct basic research in molecular biology, to provide essential services to scientists in its member states, to provide high-level training to its staff, students, and visitors, and to develop new instrumentation for biological research.
  This site exists in  EN
European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
  EMBO aims to promote biosciences in Europe. Therefore, the development of a strong trans-national approach to molecular biology, the identification of measures that can assist in the training of scientists in this area and the emphasis on scientific criteria for all of its activities were developed. Its actions are funded by contributions from 24 Member States.
  This site exists in  EN
European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT)
  EUMETSAT is an intergovernmental organisation composed of 18 European member states among which Belgium and 5 cooperating states. Its primary objective is to establish, maintain and exploit European systems of operational meteorological satellites. EUMETSAT is responsible for the launch and operation of the satellites, for delivering satellite data to end-user and contributes to the operational monitoring of climate and the detection of global climate changes.
  This site exists in  FR EN
European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)
  CERN is the world's largest particle physics centre. Founded in 1954, CERN is actually composed of 20 member states among which Belgium. CERN also plays an important role in advanced technical education.
  This site exists in  FR EN

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