The team are delighted to win not one but two H2020 projects!
Great news to receive before Christmas, two of the proposals Sparks & Co submitted were successfully funded, raising the number of projects that we manage to 6!
The first project: FIT4RRI is aiming to foster improved training tools for Responsible Research and Innovation.
Coordinated by: Sabrina Luccarini, University of Rome- LA Sapienza , Italy.
Instituto da Soldadura e Qualidade, Portugal
Ciência Viva – Agência Nacional para a Cultra Científica e Tecnológica, Portugal
The Open University, The United Kingdom
University of Helsinki, Finland
University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
University of Minho, Portugal
University of Liverpool, The United Kingdom
Goettingen University, Germany
The second: i-CONSENT aims to improve the guidelines and raise awareness for informed consent, including vulnerable populations, under a gender perspective.
Coordinated by: Dr. Javier Díez Domingo, FISABIO Public Health (Spain).
UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights, Italy
Universita di Roma LUMSA, Italy
GSK – GlaxoSmithKline, Spain
Synetika Research and Consulting LTD, The United Kingdom
Meningitis Research Foundation, The United Kingdom
Bambino Gesù Hospital, Italy
To find out more about the Science with and for Society work programme click here.
We are very proud of the success of these two projects and are looking forward to starting great work with two fantastic teams!
To find out if Sparks & Co can help you reach the same success with your project, mail us at email@example.com!
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