EU research on diabetes
Diabetes is a disease characterised by abnormal blood sugar levels and represents a growing threat to human health.
Over 33 million people in the EU suffer from diabetes. According to IDF (International Diabetes Federation) data, the absolute number of diabetics in the EU will rise from approximately 33 million in 2010 to 38 million in 2030.
Except for genetic conditions or special types of diabetes (like type-1 diabetes), it is often a preventable chronic disease through a healthy lifestyle starting in childhood.
Research in this area continues under Horizon 2020, with a broad scope aiming to translate new knowledge into innovative applications and accelerate large-scale uptake and deployment in different health and care settings.
Collaboration and jobs
Projects and results
- Projects in the field of diabetes on the Commission's primary portal for results of EU-funded research projects.
Stories of particularly successful EU-funded research projects.
Platform where framework programme funding recipients present their results to search, contact their owners and form partnerships.
Database that provides information on the nature of health projects and their results. Managed by the Commission's Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency.
Scientific publications, tools and databases
Interactive reporting platform, composed of a set of sheets that allows series of views to discover and filter Horizon 2020 data.
Scientific publications produced by the European Commission (JRC)
Interactive reporting platform, composed of a set of sheets that allows series of views to discover and filter Horizon 2020 data
Single point of access to open data produced by the EU institutions. All data free to use for commercial and non-commercial purposes.
You can access all scientific publications from Horizon 2020 via OpenAIRE.