As citizen participation and clear communication in science become more important, we take a look at some of REA’s most interesting and informative projects in the field.
The European Commission is looking for the best innovative ideas to advance the protection and restoration of soils in Europe and beyond. The deadline to apply is 24 March.
It’s almost Christmas! And as we break for the holidays, we take a look at some of the EU-funded projects that are researching innovative ways to make your Christmas more compassionate, sustainable, and most importantly, enjoyable.
For 2022, a total of €185.9 million was allocated to the promotion of EU agri-food products in and outside the EU. The new promotion policy work programme focuses on products and agricultural practices that support the European Green Deal objectives.
As the world's newest Nobel Prize laureates gather for Nobel Week, EU Commissioner Mariya Gabriel speaks about the incredible advancements made by scientists and the EU's commitment to creating more tech unicorns.
The European Commission promotes a more open and collaborative approach to science in research institutes and universities. Several EU-funded projects are exploring new ways to achieve this.
Following the 2021 call for proposals for simple programmes, 142 programme proposals were submitted by 11 May. The Commission has adopted a decision determining the SIMPLE programmes selected.
We are looking for specialists in soil-related fields to evaluate and select the best proposals for EU research funding. Check out how to become an expert for the European Commission.
Research and innovation projects are turning green challenges into opportunities to spur Europe’s recovery from the coronavirus crisis. Read how the EU-funded projects managed by REA Merlin, SchoolFood4Change and FIRE-RES.
The 25th anniversary of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) is the perfect occasion to delve deeper into some of the groundbreaking discoveries of four MSCA-backed Nobel Prize winners, and to look at how their research, alongside Marie Curie’s, has changed our world for the better.