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2019-07-18T13:47:53+00:00

EBRA Cluster applications currently under evaluation

The cluster applications submitted on the first deadline of 1 June 2019 are now under evaluation, with decisions of acceptance to be announced in September 2019.

For further information on clusters and how to apply to become one during the next round of applications (deadline: 1 January 2020), please see the Call for Clusters section of the website.

If you have any questions, please contact the EBRA team at ebra@braincouncil.eu 

2019-03-14T16:54:46+00:00

EBRA launches Call for Clusters
14th March 2019

Today marks the launch of the EBRA Call for Clusters, aimed to promote co-operation and exchange between brain research projects and networks, and thus enable or enhance international collaboration and the emergence of development of clusters in all areas of brain research, in line with EBRA’s aim to foster new, and extend existing, transnational research cooperation of European countries, and to support coordination of research efforts.

A cluster is understood as an association of research […]

2019-02-10T21:01:48+00:00

Neuron & EBRA Workshop
22nd January 2019

ERA-NET NEURON is a partner in the European Brain Council (EBC)-coordinated EU project European Brain Research Area (EBRA). EBRA was created as a catalyzing platform for brain research stakeholders to sup-port better exploitation of the large EU investments made in brain research, achieving critical mass and economies of scale by initiating, and fostering new global research initiatives.

2019-02-10T21:01:47+00:00

Launch of EBRA
1st November 2018

EBRA was designed to respond to the Horizon 2020 call, SC1-HCO-10-2018, entitled “Coordinating European brain research and developing global initiatives”, which called for the reduction of fragmentation and duplication of research efforts, fostering synergies through enhanced coordination of brain research efforts at EU and at global level, improved access to and optimising the use of research infrastructures and data sources by the neuroscience research communities, thus ensuring better exploitation of the large investments made in brain research, achieving critical mass and economies of scale by initiating and fostering new global research initiatives, ...