The MSCA 2019 – AWARD COMPETITION
- Category “Scientific Careers for Policy Making” Candidates highlighted how their projects involve a combination of science, communication and advocacy and show how from their discoveries in the lab can benefit society and give guidance for policy makers.
- Rodrigo Fernandez-Jimenez – awardee
- Daniela Portella Sampaio – finalist
- Harry Zekollari – finalist
- Category “Sharing excellence” Candidates illustrated how their projects could be exploited for sharing the benefits of research across the Union, in particular in environments (geographically, socially or thematically) that are usually not closely related to the research topic.
Carmen Moreno-Marrodán – awardee
Federica Bressan – finalist
Alina Vasilescu – finalist
- Category “Innovation and Entrepreneurship” Candidates explained how their projects bridge the gap between academia and industry, by using their knowledge and skills to find ways to translate highly technical scientific issues into opportunities for large enterprises or in particular for SMEs.
Tarek Barakat – awardee
- Ajith Ravi Mallia – finalist
Jason Stafford – finalist
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 847457 — MSCA 2019