The European Materials Research Society is currently engaged as a full partner or associate partner in the following cooperation projects involving European Union financing.
CO2 - Loop for Energy storage and conversion to Organic chemistry Processes through advanced catalytic Systems - CEOPS
Coordinator: CEA, France
Type of funding scheme: Small or medium-sized collaborative projects.
Work programme topic addressed: NMP.2012.2.1-2 Fine chemicals from CO2
Critical Raw Materials Innovation Network Towards an integrated community driving innovation in the field of critical raw material substitution for the benefit of EU industry - CRM-InnoNet
Coordinator: Chemistry Innovation Limited, UK
The overall aim of the project is to create an integrated community that will drive innovation in the field of critical raw material substitution for the benefit of EU industry.
Networking of materials laboratories and innovation actors in various industrial sectors for product or process innovation - InnoMatNet
Coordinator: SPI, Portugal
InnoMatNet is a 30 month project launched in April 2012, funded under the NMP (Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies) theme of the EC 7th Framework Programme.
Alliance for materials - a value chain approach to the materials research and innovation - MatVal
Coordinator: Centro Sviluppo Materiali - CSM, Italy
Type of funding scheme: Coordination and Support Actions (Coordinating Action)
Work programme topics addressed: NMP.2012.2.3-1 Networking of ETPs and main materials collective stakeholders in materials science and engineering
Towards a new and more precise diagnosis method of breast cancer - Nano@matrix
Coordinator: IPCMS - CNRS, France
To explore new promising clinical prospects of cancer diseases, several actors from nanomedicine research in Upper Rhine started to work together since January 2012 in the network “Nano@matrix”.