40 nouvelles actions COST

Publié le 28.09.2021. Mis à jour le 28.09.2021.

Le programme de financement COST soutient la coordination scientifique en Europe. 40 nouvelles actions débuteront en automne 2021.

Les actions COST réunissent des chercheuses et chercheurs européens afin de développer des nouvelles idées et initiatives sur une thématique spécifique. COST ne finance pas de projets de recherche mais encourage le réseautage, la coopération et les échanges scientifiques. Les 40 nouvelles actions COST qui débutent en automne 2021 sont listées ci-dessous.

Si vous êtes intéressé-e par une ces actions, rendez-vous sur le site internet COST pour obtenir plus d’informations et prenez contact avec le FNS à l’adresse : cost(at)snf.ch.

Liste des nouvelles actions COST:

  • CA20101 Plastics monitoring detection remediation recovery
  • CA20102 Marine Animal Forest of the world
  • CA20103 Biosecurity enhanced through training, evaluation and raising awareness
  • CA20104 Network on evidence-based physical activity in old age
  • CA20105 Slow Memory: Transformative Practices for Times of Uneven and Accelerating Change
  • CA20106 Tomorrow’s ‘wheat of the sea’: Ulva, a model for an innovative mariculture
  • CA20107 Connecting Theory and Practical Issues of Migration and Religious Diversity
  • CA20108 FAIR Network of micrometeorological measurements
  • CA20109 Modular energy islands for sustainability and resilience
  • CA20110 RNA communication across kingdoms: new mechanisms and strategies in pathogen control
  • CA20111 European Research Network on Formal Proofs
  • CA20112 Platform of policy evaluation community for improved EU policies and better acknowledgement
  • CA20113 A sound proteome for a sound body: targeting proteolysis for proteome remodelling
  • CA20114 Therapeutical applications of Cold Plasmas
  • CA20115 European network on international student mobility: connecting research and practice
  • CA20116 European Network for Innovative and Advanced Epitaxy
  • CA20117 Converting molecular profiles of myeloid cells into biomarkers for inflammation and cancer
  • CA20118 Three-dimensional forest ecosystem monitoring and better understanding by terrestrial-based technologies
  • CA20119 European andrology network– research coordination, education and public awareness
  • CA20120 Intelligence-Enabling Radio Communications for Seamless Inclusive Interactions
  • CA20121 Bench to bedside transition for pharmacological regulation of NRF2 in noncommunicable diseases
  • CA20122 Harmonizing clinical care and research on adrenal tumours in European countries
  • CA20123 Intergovernmental Coordination from Local to European Governance
  • CA20124 Maximising impact of multidisciplinary research in early diagnosis of neonatal brain injury
  • CA20125 Applications for zoosporic parasites in aquatic systems
  • CA20126 Network for research, innovation and product development on porous semiconductors and oxides
  • CA20127 Waste biorefinery technologies for accelerating sustainable energy processes
  • CA20128 Promoting Innovation of fermented foods
  • CA20129 Multiscale irradiation and chemistry driven processes and related technologies
  • CA20130 European MIC Network – New paths for science, sustainability and standards
  • CA20131 Efficient Justice for All: Improving Court Efficiency through EU Benchmarking
  • CA20132 Urban Tree Guard - Safeguarding European urban trees and forests through improved biosecurity
  • CA20133 Cross-border transfer and development of sustainable resource recovery strategies towards zero waste
  • CA20134 Traces as Research Agenda for Climate Change, Technology Studies, and Social Justice
  • CA20135 Improving biomedical research by automated behaviour monitoring in the animal home-cage
  • CA20136 Opportunistic precipitation sensing network
  • CA20137 Making Early Career Researchers' Voices Heard for Gender Equality
  • CA20138 Network on water-energy-food nexus for a low-carbon economy in Europe and beyond
  • CA20139 Holistic design of taller timber buildings
  • CA20140 CorEuStem: The European Network for Stem Cell Core Facilities

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