2 January 2024

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ATU researchers win EU Green funding worth €210K

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ATU researchers win EU Green funding worth €210K

Researchers at Atlantic Technological University have won EU Green funding worth €210,000.

The university alliance funding is aimed at fostering collaborative research to further the sustainable development of the regions.

23 ATU researchers’ joint research proposals will be funded through the first annual seed funding call.

In the new year, they will collaborate with partners across the EU GREEN alliance to share skills and build capacity in a range of new projects

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