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The aim of the BioTech2Agri project is to increase the level of innovation in the agri-food sector by transferring existing biotechnological potential and promoting and enhancing the quality of biotechnology value chains in the cross-border area. The project encourages the exchange of expertise, experiences, and best practices, networking, and collaboration among stakeholders from academia, industry, public and private sectors, as well as policy improvement aimed at enhancing competitiveness and economic growth in the cross-border area.


The AI-GRAPE project's objective is to develop and implement a Decision Support System (DSS). System created with artificial intelligence by combining data from weather stations, microenvironmental sensors, drones, satellites, and insect traps.


The main objective of KAŠTellieri project is to preserve, enhance and protect the cultural heritage of prehistoric hill forts (Kaštelir) within the sustainable cultural and tourist destination Cross-border Land of Prehistoric Forts – Upper Adriatic hillforts. The aim is to revive and promote upper Adriatic hillforts through innovative and sustainable cross-border tourism products, with a focus on digitalisation, social inclusion, and the green transition.


The cross-border project RecapMCV will contribute to the visibility of the cross-border tourism region by valorising, upgrading and promoting the digital products and their impacts, developed in the MerlinCV project, which are based on the valorisation of the untapped potentials of cultural and natural heritage and gastronomy.


The overarching aim of TransformERS is to inform research, policy and practice for transformations that deliver justice in a changing global context by bringing together and positioning research relevant to societal transformation


The COST Action RethinkBlue centres around the Blue Economy and related policies affecting European societies. The purpose is to rethink the Blue Economy, in two ways. First, by assessing its impact on coastal societies, and second, by exploring opportunities deriving from innovations and potential synergies between established and emergent marine activities.

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The key objective of the N.E.A.R. to Guardians project is to ensure full access to basic rights and strengthen the potential of unaccompanied minors in participating partner countries, with a focus on key areas of integration, such as accommodation and inclusion in education and employment. 


The activities of the HUMAN project are geared towards preventing hate speech directed against diasporas in partner countries. These initiatives are centered around education and digital practices aimed at fostering inter-community activism and cultivating positive changes in the attitudes and behaviors of young people.



The X-BRAIN.net project addresses a common health challenge of the Programme Area in relation to the development and improvement of research and innovation capacity and the introduction of new technologies in hospitals in the Programme Area. Post-stroke patients occupy 15% of the capacity of health facilities in the Programme Area. Starting post-stroke rehabilitation as early as possible is crucial. In addition, bilingualism is an important factor and therefore cross-border cooperation between institutions is essential to provide quality health care in a bilingual area.


The aim of EXPECT_art is to identify current barriers and potentials for promoting critical cultural literacy by means of arts education, education through arts and uses of arts in education within and across different educational contexts in Europe, to generate and activate knowledge on how to enhance critical cultural literacy and understanding among European citizens.


The ECO2SMART project promotes active awareness of citizens to strengthen ecosystem-based climate change adaptation and disaster risk prevention. Through this boosting the resilience of the coastal areas involved in the project.


The overall objective of the TBrainBoost is to boost international and intersectoral mobility and improve links between academia, business and society in the field of healthy aging. TBrainBoost will achieve this through a series of secondments between academic institutions and businesses working in the field of healthy aging, and a number of educational activities.


Waste4Soil envisions the development of 10 technological and methodological solutions for recycling food processing residues from the food industry into local, biobased circular soil improvers for improved soil health. A user-driven standardised Evaluation Framework will support stakeholders from the food value chain, including waste managers, to assess their status towards food processing residues circularity and take action for recycling suitable waste streams into beneficial soil improvers.


Empowering Women in Alpine Skiing (EWAS) aims to contribute to inclusion and diversity, in particular gender equality, and increase women’s employability in Alpine skiing by promoting education and skills development in the sport and thus improving the quality of coaching. EWAS’ primary target groups are women in Alpine skiing (coaches, administrators, racers).

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FATIMA2 aims contribute to ending honour crimes against women by promoting attitude and behaviour change among young men in contexts where women are most at risk, such as segregated migrant communities.


The POSEIDONE project is aimed at the functional area of the northern Adriatic Sea, from the city of Chioggia (Italy) to the Slovenian coast. The general goal of the project is the promotion of local development by favoring the protection of nature and biodiversity, the development of green and blue infrastructures in Natura 2000 sites, the reduction of tourist pressure on natural parks or natural areas, the improvement of the landscape by the promotion of biodiversity in agriculture, the protection of native species and the dissemination of knowledge.

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This project aims at rethinking the history of Cold War Europe by examining the development of transnational cross-border cooperation between “East” and “West” from the end of World War II to the present. Overcoming traditional visions of a clear-cut European separation symbolized by the Berlin wall, a decentralized analysis of recent European history will show us that the question of a divided continent should be reframed.


GUIDE (Growing Up In Digital Europe: EuroCohort) will be Europe’s first comparative birth cohort survey: a Research Infrastructure that will be an important source of high quality longitudinal statistical evidence to support the development of social policies which will enhance the wellbeing of children, young people and their families across Europe for many years to come.