2nd transnational call for proposals 2023 of the European Clean Energy Transition Partnership - CETP
The CETPartnership Joint Call 2023 is the second annual co-funded call under the CETPartnership and is co-funded by the European Commission under the Horizon Europe Partnership scheme. For France, the ANR participates to the funding of this call with ADEME and the Pays de la Loire Region.
The purpose of the ACCESS ERC call is to support young talents in the preparation of an application to the ERC Starting Grants call, by enabling them to strengthen their CVs, so that they could be competitive in this specific call. The Access ERC programme consists in financing two-year (24 months) post-doctoral contracts for young PhDs hosted in French research labs.
The French Health Innovation Plan 2030 aims to return France to its position as leader in Biology and Health innovation. To reach the best international level, France must extend its commitment to the whole value chain, from basic Life Science research to translational and clinical health research, and support innovation. It must provide enough resources to attract or maintain nationally the world’s top researchers in their field. These researchers, who are leaders in Biology and Health research, will strive to make France a leader among countries capable of producing scientific knowledge, of generating innovation and encouraging Biotech and Medtech development to improve public health, attract international investments, and major health industrials.
The Belmont Forum, an international partnership of research funding agencies that ANR is part of, is launching a call aiming at improving understanding among the climate, environment, and health pathways to protect and promote ecological, planetary, and human health in the face of climate challenges. Multilateral, inter-, and transdisciplinary research projects will investigate issues that impede policy implementation; address complex climate, ecosystem, and health pathways to determine processes underlying causal links; capacity development and collaboration across relevant disciplines and institutions; and foster the use of international scientific databases with local knowledge to develop climate-related decision support tools to better inform planning, resilience, and adaptation to climate change.
L’appel à manifestation d’intérêt « Compétences et métiers d’avenir » (AMI CMA) s’inscrit dans le cadre des objectifs et leviers de France 2030. Il vise à répondre aux besoins des entreprises et des institutions publiques en matière de formation, d’ingénierie de formation, initiale et continue, et d’attractivité des formations, pour permettre l’acquisition des compétences nécessaires aux métiers d’avenir de France 2030.
Dans le cadre de France 2030, il est proposé d’accélérer le transfert de résultats de recherche en mettant en place un Défi « Transfert robotique ». Cet appel à projets proposera de faciliter la valorisation des résultats déjà acquis, issus des recherches amont et exploratoires ou d’acteurs émergents, afin de supporter le développement et l’intégration de solutions robotiques pour des filières à fort enjeux, dont l’industrie du futur. Ce défi permettra de disposer d’éléments objectifs pour mieux répondre à la question :
Impacts of helminth disease and climate change on livestock health, together with development of control strategies such as novel vaccine and diagnostic - ERA-NET ICRAD 2023
The overall objective of this research call is to increase understanding and preparedness for impending effects on animal health and the livestock industry caused by climate change and spread of anthelmintic resistance. This includes basic research to better understand mechanisms behind these topics or applied development of detection, management, intervention and prevention strategies.
JPcofuND 2 Working groups “Use of digital technologies in neurodegenerative disease research and clinical practice”
The ANR launches in collaboration with the ERA-NET JPcofuND 2 a rapid action call for leading scientists to establish a number of ambitious, innovative, multi-disciplinary and multi-national expert Working Groups dedicated to assess the current and future impact of digital technologies on research and care in the field of neurodegenerative diseases.
The French National Research Agency, in partnership with twenty countries (Austria, Belgium- including Wallonia-Brussels, Flanders-,Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain -including region of Andalusia-, Switzerland and Taiwan and Türkye) is launching the novel international call health and wellbeing under the umbrella of the Partnership ERA4Health (“Fostering a European Research Area for Health”).The total budget for this action is of about 19 million euros.
The NORFACE (New Opportunities for Research Funding Agency Cooperation in Europe) network announce a call for transnational social science projects on the theme "Enhancing Well-Being for the Future", with the support of CHANSE (Collaboration of Humanities and Social Sciences in Europe).