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ESFRI roadmap 2018 launched in Vienna - six new pan-European research infrastructure projects announced

Biotechnology, food and nutrition, material testing, holocaust and natural environment are among the topics covered by the six new pan-European research infrastructure projects that were announced today as part of the 2018 roadmap of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI). The new roadmap was presented  on September 11, during a conference hosted by the Austrian EU Presidency in Vienna.

  • Posted on: 11.09.2018
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The Roadmap includes the ESFRI Landmark portfolio of 37 long-term engagements in all fields of science and 18 ESFRI Projects, with 6 new initiatives related to fusion energy research, environmental observation, natural history collections, industrial biotechnology, metrology in food, and Holocaust-related resources. The new Roadmap also identifies two areas of high potential for developing new research infrastructures, namely religious studies and transition to open science. Open Access to scientific resources and services for all scientists across Europe is the general aim of all Infrastructures in the ESFRI Roadmap.



S&T field/scope: General | Affilation and Pillar: Research and innovation community | Geographical focus: Danube Region, EU Member States

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