The European Commission today announced how it will spend the last and biggest annual tranche - €11 billion - of the EU research and innovation funding programme Horizon 2020 in the final year of the programme.
The European Commission is coordinating a common European response to the outbreak of COVID-19.
HySolChem is developing an innovative, low-cost reactor for capturing greenhouse gases and producing high value fuels and chemicals, while contextually removing harmful pollutants from wastewater. And all of this with photosynthesis. Read more
The EU Horizon 2020 OPTOMICS project will develop and validate a digital-twin model, which aims at developing non-invasive and inexpensive prognostic and treatment planning methods for type-2 diabetes patients. Read more