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Mathematician Mohar’s karst watercourses project wins ERC Synergy Grant
Professor Bojan Mohar from the Ljubljana Faculty of Mathematics has become the first Slovenian researcher to win the prestigious ERC Synergy Grant. He will be part of an international team researching the dynamics of karst watercourses and the occurrence of phenomena in extreme situations such as floods and droughts.
The Greek scientist who is developing 6G
At the moment Greece is unveiling the 5G communications network, on the opposite end of Europe, a Greek professor, a communications engineer, is getting a grant from the European Research Council to develop 6G.
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Education Ministry conference focuses on Horizon Europe
Ljubljana – The Education Ministry is holding a two-day online conference to mark the start of the EU’s emerging research and innovation programme Horizon Europe. The European Commission representatives and other foreign speakers will present the three pillars of the framework.
ERC 'deeply shocked' over death of prominent Greek scientist
The European Research Council (ERC) said it was "deeply shocked" by the death of prominent Greek scientist and researcher Theodore Papazoglou, who died on April 13 at the age of 57 after contracting the coronavirus.
Eminent scientist Theodore Papazoglou dies at 57 after contracting coronavirus
The eminent scientist and researcher Theodore Papazoglou has died at the age of 57 after contracting the coronavirus, reports said on Monday.
Papazoglou passed away at a Brussels hospital after several days in intensive care, the same reports indicated.
A Bulgarian Scientist Has Won almost € 10 Million in Grants for her Project
Bulgarian scientist Assoc. Prof. Anelia Kasabova from the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum at BAS, together with three other foreign colleagues won a funding under the EU's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. Representation of the European Commission in Bulgaria.
Turkish scientists to crack Neolithic-era DNA code, European funding awarded
The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded Turkish scientists a €2.5 million ($2.9 million) grant to analyze the DNA of 1,500 people who used to live in the Anatolian region – the Asian part of present-day Turkey – during the Neolithic period.
Research Ship Pelagia to Study Climate Change in Black Sea Region
Bulgaria's government has given the green light to Dutch-flagged research vessel Pelagia to conduct an oceanograpic expedition in the country's territorial sea and exclusive economic zone from 28 January to 5 February 2016.
EUR 1.7 mln grant secured for study of prehistoric fertility
BELGRADE - Belgrade-based scientist Sofija Stefanovic and her team have managed to secure a EUR 1.7 million European Research Council (ERC) grant for a scientific project of research into population growth in prehistoric times.
Austria awards order to scientist of Serbian descent
VIENNA - By a decree of Austrian President Heinz Fischer, Gordana Popovic, a Negotin, Serbian-born scientist, has received a senior order of the Republic of Austria.
She became the first Serbian woman to be awarded the Cross of Honour for Science and Art, First Class, established in 1887.