Partners announced for new EC funded SCOPE Project
The European Science Foundation (ESF), l'Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) have been selected as Consortium partners for the new European Commission funded SCOPE project. The Grant Agreement has been signed by all partners and the project will be launched in 2017. SCOPE aims to co-ordinate and enhance the partnership environments between the two European Commission's Future and Emerging Technology (FET) Flagships – the Graphene Flagship, represented here by ESF and the Human Brain Project through EPFL, one of its 117 Partner institutions. FECYT will act as the lead co-ordinator of the overall SCOPE project.
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