Farmers need access to suitable organic seed but there is a lack of high-quality organic seeds in Europe. The EU-funded LIVESEED project addressed this by developing a new organic seed quality strategy, a Europe-wide seed database and sustainable breeding techniques that target specific farming conditions. By strengthening the EU’s organic agriculture, these results will benefit all citizens.
To strengthen its research capabilities, the Croatian Geological Survey turned to twinning. Through the EU-funded GeoTwinn project it was paired with two other world-leading research institutions and received personalised training in geoscience research. They now have the internal capacity and skills to investigate geological hazards that will benefit not only Croatians but all EU citizens.
A new innovative model allows health organisations across Europe to access new technologies through
Science has long held that in the food chain, plants support animals. While this may be true on land
Migrants are often misjudged, purely based on their legal status. The EU-funded SIRIUS project
If countries can't train high-quality research staff, they will struggle to deliver innovative