Our European Union Projects
Horizon 2020 Projects
To date, we have engaged in more than 85 Horizon 2020 projects, across 70 countries and in more than 600 collaborations.
Modern, liberal Europe prides itself on the separation of religious from political life, and locates the origin of the ability to make this distinction in the Seventeenth Century as a reaction against the age of religious wars.
This research project, which began in February 2019, is funded by a European Research Council grant. The project proposes to develop theory and state-of-the art computational methodologies to describe low-energy positron and positronium interactions
The project “PROTECTion against Endocrine Disruptors; detection, mixtures, health effects, risk assessment and communication (PROTECTED)” has been selected for funding through the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA).
The RumenPredict project, funded via ERA-NET, brings together key members of the RMG network to generate the necessary data to link rumen microbiome information to host genetics and phenotype and develop feed based mitigation strategies.
The EYE-RISK project is funded by the European Research and Innovation programme Horizon 2020 and is a collaborative research effort to find a cure for Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD).
Dyadic Psychosocial Interventions for people with Advanced Cancer and their Informal Caregivers (DIAdIC) has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
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