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A conference marking the conclusion of the Programme on Information and Communication Technologies (PICT) research will be held at Queen Elizabeth II conference centre, London from May 10-12. "Information and Communication Technologies:the future of the field" hopes to attract policy-makers and practioners as well as academics. It will feature sessions on research findings, major policy issues,and syntheses of PICT research.Contact: William Dutton, tel: 0985 203379.

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