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“The global shift towards making research findings available free of charge for readers, so-called ‘Open access’, has been a core strategy in the European Commission to improve knowledge circulation and thus innovation.” – European Commission/Open Science

This resource will enable you to connect with scientists, the public sector and like-minded organisations, in order to join existing projects or discuss future funding opportunities, thus helping enable a better future for European Science and creating your own networks. Detailed information on how to participate can be obtained by contacting a member of the E.D.M.A’s support team.

  • Pfalzklinikum
    Romina Männl
    Pfalzklinikum – service provider for mental health and resilience Pfalzklinikum is a service provider for mental health in the Rhineland-Palatinate in Southwest Germany with over 2,000 employees in 14 locations. Its work encompasses approximately 1.4 million people in the Palatinate, focusing on co...
  • BioSusAmin Project
    Prof. Dr. Francesco Mutti
    BioSusAmin project - The design and development of efficient biocatalytic cascades and biosynthetic pathways for the sustainable production of amines Chiral amines are the most widely used intermediates for the production of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), fine chemicals and agrochemicals...
  • FLYHIGH Project
    Aino Juslén
    Insect-plant relationships: insights into biodiversity and new applications (FlyHigh) Phytophagous and saprophagous hoverflies, blowflies and soldier flies occur worldwide and are diverse and important ecological groups in both natural ecosystems and agricultural environments, as pollinators of pla...
  • APRA Project
    Eugene M. Terentjev
    Active Polymers for Renewable Functional Actuators Funded by the ERC the APRA project will bridge from the material concept to breakthrough technology: tuning the material design for robust nematic LCE vitrimers, imparting photo-actuation capacity with a controlled wavelength – and finally utilisin...
  • SEA2CLOUD Project
    Karine Sellegri
    Are marine living microorganisms influencing clouds? Earth, as a whole, can be considered as a living organism emitting gases and particles in its atmosphere, in order to regulate its own temperature (Lovelock, 1988). In particular oceans, which cover 70% of the Earth, may respond to climate change...
  • MicrotoMacroandback
    Kurt Mitman
    Micro Heterogeneity and Macroeconomic Policy How does the economy respond to a change in monetary policy? How does an increase in government spending affect output, consumption and employment? How should the government design transfer programmes to stabilize the economy in recessions? The recent g...
  • OCONTSOLAR Project
    Eduardo F. Camacho
    Technology developments in many fields advance much faster than the methodologies needed to apply them in industry. This is the case of many devices used in our daily life such as sensors installed in cell phones or drones.
  • NTAutonomy Project
    Börries Kuzmany
    Non-Territorial Autonomy as Minority Protection in Europe: An Intellectual and Political History of a Travelling Idea, 1850–2000 The overarching objective of NTAutonomy is to provide a new understanding of how the protection of national minorities was thought and implemented in the era of nationali...
  • MISSINGMIDDLE Project
    Libertad González
    The MissingMiddle Project investigates the Causal Effect of Early Interventions on Child Health and Human Capital. A recent literature in economics on the “fetal origins hypothesis” has documented that a range of early (prenatal and postnatal) shocks and interventions can have substantial effects o...
  • UNIVERSAL HEALTH Project by Dr. Ruth J Prince
    UNIVERSAL HEALTH Project
    Dr. Ruth J. Prince
    Universal Health Coverage and the Public Good in Africa: A comparative anthropological study of new forms of social protection, welfare and citizenship. Universal Health Coverage is a WHO policy that has gained much attention since it appeared in 2010. UNIVERSAL HEALTH is an anthropological project...
  • AcrossBorders Project
    AcrossBorders Project
    Julia Budka
    Settlement patterns in Egypt and Nubia in the Second Millennium BCE were the main fields of research of the European Research Council AcrossBorders Project (ERC Starting grant no. 313668).
  • ATMEN Project
    Dr. Toma Susi
    Materials are defined by their chemical structure - which atoms are placed where. To control their properties, one can either exchange atoms, or change their arrangement. Despite more than fifty years of scientific progress since Richard Feynman's 1959 vision for nanotechnology, there is only one w...
  • CIVICS Project
    Katrine V. Loken
    Criminality, Victimization and Social Interactions (CIVICS) A large social science literature tries to describe and understand the causes and consequences of crime, usually focusing on individuals’ criminal activity in isolation. The ambitious aim of this research project is to establish a broader ...
  • Don Quichote Project
    Don Quichote Project
    Wouter van der Laak
    The Don Quichote Project is a 5 year research project on hydrogen in a smart grid environment funded by the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking. Demonstration Of New QUalitative Innovative Concept of Hydrogen Out of wind Turbine Electricity (Don Quichote Project). The project demonstrates t...
  • Q-ROOT Project
    Pierre Verlot
    "The Q-ROOT Project investigating quantum optomechanics at room temperature for the first time". 5 years ago, the field of optomechanics has entered the quantum regime. By doing so, this domain which investigates the reciprocal interactions between light and mechanical motion has overcome the long-...

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