Euro-Chemistry started in the autumn of 2010. The following organizations are partner:
Eesti Teadusfond (ETF), Estonia
- European Science Foundation (ESF), Strasbourg
Research Council of Lithuania (LMT), Lithuania
the Netherlands Organization for scientific research (NWO), The Netherlands
The following organizations are observer:
Euro-Chemistry: A European synergy for research in chemistry
Euro-Chemistry brings together national research organizations and funding agencies to establish joint strategies for collaborative research and improves funding mechanisms for European research in chemistry.
Today, chemistry is one of the key driving forces behind the welfare development of our society and for the global competitiveness of the European economy.
Environment, health, energy and materials are grand challenges for chemistry which go beyond what can be acheived at a national level.
European research organizations and funding agencies need to join forces to create the synergy required for such a challenge.
Euro-Chemistry aims at combining and strengthening national efforts for chemistry into European strategies. this follows the dynamics created by CERC3.
Euro-Chemistry will collaborate with other consortia including industry federations. European networks and technology platforms and scinetific societies to design the future of the European chemistry.