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27 April 2018
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COST is an EU-funded programme that enables researchers to set up their interdisciplinary research networks in Europe and beyond. We provide funds for organising conferences, meetings, training schools, short scientific exchanges or other networking activities in a wide range of scientific topics. By creating open spaces where people and ideas can grow, we unlock the full potential of science. read more

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Two-way symmetry in molecular physics

As a recent doctoral graduate, Hungarian Csaba Fábri moved to Switzerland for a postdoctoral position. A COST Action gave him the opportunity to return to his home country and contribute to a scientific breakthrough in his field – symmetry in molecular theory.


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16 April 2018
Get involved in the 39 brand new COST Actions starting in 2018

On 13 April 2018, COST’s governing board decided to fund 39 out of the 422 eligible network proposals. The 40th proposal is pending funding approval, which is expected on 26 April. The new Actions will be starting throughout summer and autumn 2018.


13 April 2018
Prof Eugenio Coronado, Chair of the COST Action MOLSPIN, has been awarded for the second time an ERC grant

The Professor at the University of Valencia, Spain, will receive €2,5 million in the field of Physical Sciences and Engineering


27 March 2018
Success through participation - Athens Info Day

Researchers from Greece, one of the founding members of COST, participate in 97% of COST Actions and hold 3 Action chairs, 16 Vice-Chairs and 30 Working Group Leaders. On the 27th March representatives from COST, including President Prof. Sierd Cloetingh, travelled to Athens for an Info Day to encourage early career researchers to participate in COST Actions.


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COST – what's in it for researchers?





Strategy Corner

This section features the work of the COST Committee of Senior Officials (CSO), including the policy-driven Targeted Networks. read more

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