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Meeting [mi:tŋ]

Myriam Jacobs

According to Wikipedia, "meetings are an important vehicle for human communication." It says that "in a meeting, two or more people come together for the purpose of discussing a—usually—predetermined topic, often in a formalized setting."

Meetings are also a common tool in the ITER Organization. This week, for example, the meeting calendar registered not less than 212 meetings—from interviews in a small circle to big review meetings. One of them was organized and co-chaired by Anna Encheva whom we asked to step in front of the camera for this week's featured video.



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