To close the “AI for Humanity” day of debates held in Paris on 29 March 2018, the President of the French Republic delivered a speech on Artificial Intelligence (AI). As a continuation, a national program for AI was initiated, with a major section dedicated to research. The Villani report identifies four priority sectors posing major public-interest goals, including the environment.
L’appel à projets "Excellence sous toutes ses formes" vise à reconnaitre l’excellence sous toutes ses formes et à accompagner les établissements d’enseignement supérieur et de recherche porteurs d’un projet de transformation ambitieux à l’échelle de leur site dans la mise en œuvre de leur stratégie propre, élaborée à partir de leur dynamique territoriale et de leurs besoins spécifiques.
Social sciences and Humanities Research to improve health care implementation and everyday life of people living with a rare disease - EJP RD 2021
The European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases (EJP RD) has been established to help in coordinating the research efforts of European, Associated and non-European countries in the field of rare diseases and implement the objectives of the International Rare Disease Research Consortium (IRDiRC). Since 2019 it continues the funding effort of ERA-Net E-Rare that has successfully implemented ten Joint Transnational Calls for rare disease research projects between 2006 and 2018.
The ANR launches in collaboration with the ERA-NET NEURON and the European Commission a joint call to support multinational, collaborative research projects addressing disorders of the nervous system arising during development and affecting the acquisition and execution of intellectual, motor and/or social functions. The present call is limited to disorders having shown their first manifestations before the end of the adolescence. A lifetime perspective is allowed only if addressing the consequences of disorders starting before the adolescence.
JPcofuND 2. Linking pre-diagnosis disturbances of physiological systems to Neurodegenerative Diseases
The ANR launches in collaboration with the ERA-NET JPcofuND 2 a joint call to support multinational, collaborative research projects to identify nervous system dysfunctions leading to physiological disturbances observable before the appearance of unequivocal symptoms of Neurodegenerative diseases.
2nd Joint Call for Proposals - ERA-NET Cofund Forest Value - Innovating the forest-based bioeconomy - 2021
Following the Co-funded Call in 2017 (first call), the aim of this second call is to support scientifically excellent transnational research, development and innovation projects that contribute to the improvement in the forest-based sector.
In the framework of its 2021 Work Programme, the French National Research Agency (ANR) proposes the MRSEI call with a continuous submission format throughout the year with two scheduled selection sessions (March and July 2021).
Appel à projets SAPS-RA-MCS 2021 Science avec et pour la société – Recherche Action – Médiation et communication scientifiques
L’ANR lance un appel à projets de type Recherche-Action sur la thématique « Médiation et communication scientifiques » (SPAS-RA-MCS).
Joint laboratories between research organizations and SMEs or intermediate-sized enterprises (Labcom) Call for proposals 2021
The purpose of this program is to encourage research actors to create new structured partnerships through the creation of "Joint Laboratories" between a SME or an intermediate-sized enterprise and a research laboratory. A Joint Laboratory is defined by the signing of a contract defining its operation, including:
One Health interventions to prevent or reduce the development and transmission of antimicrobial resistance (JPIAMR_HARISSA)
The French National Research Agency, in partnership with twenty countries (Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom) is launching the thirteenth call for proposals under the umbrella of the JPIAMR. The initiative aims to promote international research on antimicrobial resistance. The global budget for this action will be over thirty millions of euros (including a financial support from the European Commission and from three funding organizations-SIDA, ICARS, IDRC- promoting research actions in low and middle-income countries).