European Virtual Training Centre
for glass arts and techniques


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Reproduction of all or part of this website on any electronic support whatsoever is strictly forbidden without the formal explicit authorisation of the President of Université Nancy 2, who in addition is the director of publication. To request authorisation, you may write to Catherine Claus-Demangeon,, who will pass on your request and inform you of the decision of the director of publication.

1 – Accessing the website:
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The user is reminded that the fact of fraudulently accessing or remaining inside a computer system, preventing or altering the functioning of such a system, or introducing or modifying data within such a computer system is illegal and liable to prosecution.

2 - Content of the website:
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Reproduction of the pages of this website is authorised, particularly in the case of pedagogical activities, provided that the following three conditions are respected:
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3 - Hypertext links:
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The creation of links to the VITRA website from other sites is subject to prior approval by the editor.

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