The overall goal is that approved projects should contribute to increased knowledge that promotes horses' health, reproduction, welfare as well as sustainability and performance. The projects shall, for example, contribute to increased knowledge about optimal horse management, training and competition of trotting horses, effects of a high degree of inbreeding, methods to identify different types of injuries, poor health and positive welfare indicators at an early stage or the development of improved diagnostics, treatment and rehabilitation of common diseases.
The Research Council of Norway is announcing 2 000 000 euro to Norwegian researchers who want to participate in a European research collaboration for the healthcare of the future
The aim of the call is to facilitate multinational, collaborative research projects that will address critical translational questions to improve our knowledge concerning neurobiological mechanisms involved in resilience or vulnerability to environmental challenges in mental health.
The purpose of the call is to improve understanding among the climate, environment, and health pathways to protect and promote ecological, planetary, and human health in the face of climate challenges.
The objective of this Call is to support projects that contribute to the development of more sustainable and resilient food and farming systems.
The purpose is translational research that will result in better patient treatment in cancer.
This Call aims to support research challenges at the interface between cultural heritage and climate change. The application deadline is Friday 8 September 20:00 UTC.
The International Joint Initiative for Research in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation from The New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF), Canada, is an international collaboration on adaptation and mitigation in vulnerable societies.
Get ready for the first Sustainable Blue Economy Partnership (SBEP) Joint Transnational Co-Funded Call (2023): “The way forward: a thriving sustainable blue economy for a brighter future”.
We wish to invite transnational consortia to submit humanities-led proposal which will address innovative outlooks on the phenomena of crises past and present. Proposed research may draw upon insights and methodologies from a wide spectrum of arts and humanities disciplines. Although humanities-driven, consortia are able to involve contributions from other research domains where appropriate.
Joint transnational calls
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