New opportunities to get your research project funded: AgroServ & COMULISglobe
You can now apply for two new calls to get free open access to instruments and services at one of our nodes’ core facility!
AgroServ is a transdisciplinary project funded by the European Union under the Horizon Europe programme, running until 2027. It supports the research community by funding interdisciplinary agroecology research projects. The supported research will contribute towards sustainable and resilient agri-food systems, exploring topics like plant biology, water, soil, and microorganisms. Euro-BioImaging is a partner in the AgroServ consortium along with 12 other research infrastructures and partners in 23 countries. Nine Euro-BioImaging Nodes offer access – including France-BioImaging – to their expertise and services within this project.
AgroServ has launched the pre-proposal phase of the first Open Call for projects. Selected projects will receive funding for access to integrated research infrastructure services & expertise.
We encourage all researchers who would like to harness the power of imaging and image data to boost their agroecology research project to look at AgroServ’s impressive Catalogue of Services.
Only core facilities from our Ile-de-France Sud node are available through this call. The node will be happy to welcome you for your research project! For more information about the microscopy techniques you can use thanks to this call, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Within the framework of the COMULISglobe project, Euro-BioImaging will be awarding a total of 4 grants for access to Euro-BioImaging Nodes – including France-BioImaging! -, specifically designed to support correlative and multimodal imaging.
Two grants will be awarded to European researchers (including from non-EU countries that are Euro-BioImaging members) accessing services at Euro-BioImaging Nodes. Each grant will provide up to EUR 2000 in support of imaging projects that tackle important research questions using two or more imaging modalities.
Two grants will be awarded for international (non-European) researchers accessing services at Euro-BioImaging Nodes. Each grant will provide up to EUR 3000 in support of imaging projects employing two or more imaging modalities.
For more information & application, visit Euro-BioImaging website