23 Apr 1990, on adoption of the Third Framework Programme by the European Council, within the framework of E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC). Supersedes BRITE/EURAM (1989-1992), which itself superseded U-XF0435 - Basic Research in Industrial Technologies for Europe (BRITE) and U-XF0942 - European Research on Advanced Materials Programme (EURAM). A 4-year programme (1991-1994), Brite-EuRam II ceased to exist in 1994.
Function as the European Union research and technology programme in the field of industrial and materials technologies; follow up earlier Brite-Euram and raw materials and recycling programmes; cover the three main technical areas of: raw, improved and new materials and their processing; design and manufacturing; aeronautics.
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