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1/01/2024 - 31/12/2026

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Concerns have been growing about the widespread use of artificial materials such as plastics and biotechnological chemicals, as well as their impact on health and the environment. These materials may cause problems either via intended usage (such as food packaging) or throughout their life cycle. Therefore, a systematic approach to investigating consequences is needed. The EU-funded FHERITALE project aims to transform how European research infrastructures address the difficulties posed by synthetic materials. To that end, it will systematically address the development, provision, and integration of services across the European research infrastructures landscape, enabling the scientific community to research the effects of these materials. The project will compile a list of the services available in Europe for scientific research in numerous domains.

Coordinator: CERM/CIRMMP

Running time: 1/01/2024 - 31/12/2026

More on the project on CORDIS.

Submitted on March 25, 2024

Updated on June 5, 2024