Under Horizon Europe, the European Commission funds research and innovation projects to restore and protect the health of soils in Europe and beyond, to ensure safe food and water, ecosystems and resilience towards natural disasters.
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Overview of the application process and what types of projects can be funded
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What you should comply with when applying for funding and implementing your project
What to comply with when applying for funding and implementing your project
The projects gather 314 participants from 32 countries to deliver a wide variety of benefits for the restoration and protection of soil by 2030. Most of them have already started their research.
Looking to learn new skills and expand your knowledge? Check out our list of online courses developed by EU-funded research projects that will make you stand out.
We talked to two EU-funded research projects active on social media about the challenges and opportunities various online platforms present. The projects provided tips on how social media can increase the impact and reach for your research!
Amid international supply-chain disruptions, the EU is stepping up efforts to ensure the European food system benefits family farmers, Europe’s regions and its consumers.
17 new research projects are receiving €90 million funding to contribute to the EU Mission ‘A Soil Deal for Europe’. The projects gather 314 participants from 32 countries to deliver a wide variety of benefits for the restoration and protection of soil by 2030.
How to make the most of your research project with social media
The Mission ‘A Soil Deal for Europe’ is an ambitious, innovative instrument launched in 2021 by the European Commission to accelerate the development and large-scale deployment of solutions for sustainable land and soil management as part of a wider, green transition.
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