EUROCORES Programmes

The evaluation of the following EUROCORES programmes has been completed. Their final reports can be found here.

The Origin of Man, Language and Languages (OMLL)2003-2007HUM (formerly SCH)
Imaging, monitoring and modelling the physical, chemical and biological processes in the European passive continental margins (EUROMARGINS)2003-2007LEE (formerly LESC)
Self-Organised Nanostructures (SONS 1)2004-2007PEN (formerly PESC)
Climate Variability and (past, present and future) Carbon Cycle (EuroCLIMATE)2005-2008LEE (formerly LESC)
Dynamic Nuclear Architecture and Chromatin Function (EuroDYNA)2005-2008LEE (formerly LESC)
Programme on a Development of a Stem Cell Tool Box (EuroSTELLS)2005-2008MED (formerly EMRC)
Challenges of Biodiversity Science (EuroDIVERSITY)2006-2009LEE (formerly LESC)
Consciouness in a Natural and Cultural Context (CNCC)2006-2009HUM (formerly SCH)
European Mineral Sciences Initiative (EuroMinScI)2006-2009LEE (formerly LESC)
Histories from the North - environments, movements, narratives (BOREAS)2006-2009HUM (formerly SCH)
Science of Protein Production for Functional and Structural Analysis (EuroSCOPE)2006-2009

LEE (formerly LESC)
MED (formerly EMRC)

Fundamentals of Nano-Electronics (FoNE)2006-2010PEN (formerly PESC)
Self-Organised Nanostructures (SONS 2)2006-2010PEN (formerly PESC)
Cold Quantum Matter (EuroQUAM)2007-2010PEN (formerly PESC)
Ecosystem Functionning and Biodiversity in the Deep Sea (EuroDEEP)2007-2010LEE (formerly LESC)
Quality Control of Gene Expression-RNA Surveillance (RNAQuality)2007-2010LEE (formerly LESC)
Smart Structural Systems Technologies (S3T)2007-2010PEN (formerly PESC)
Technology and the Making of Europe, 1850 to the Present (Inventing Europe)2007-2010HUM (formerly SCH)
The Evolution of Cooperation and Trading (TECT)2007-2010

HUM (formerly SCH)
LEE (formerly LESC)
SOC (formerly SCSS)

Challenges of Marine Coring Research (EuroMARC)2007-2011LEE (formerly LESC)
Pan-European Clinical Trials (ECT)2007-2012MED (formerly EMRC)
Cross-national and Multi-level Analysis of Human Values, Institutions and Behaviour (HumVIB)2008-2011SOC (formerly SCSS)
European Quantum Standards and Metrology (EuroQUASAR)2008-2011PEN (formerly PESC)
Friction and Adhesion in Nanomechanical Systems (FANAS)2008-2011PEN (formerly PESC)
Modelling Intelligent Interaction - Logic in the Humanities, Social and Computational Sciences (LogICCC)2008-2011HUM (formerly SCH)
SOC (formerly SCSS)
Stress and Mental Health (EuroSTRESS)2008-2011MED (formerly EMRC)
4-D Topography Evolution in Europe: Uplift, Subsidence and Sea Level Change (TOPO-EUROPE)2008-2012LEE (formerly LESC)
Better Analyses Based on Endangered Languages (EuroBABEL)2009-2012HUM (formerly SCH)
Higher Education and Social Change (EuroHESC)2009-2012SOC (formerly SCSS)
Membrane Architecture and Dynamics (EuroMEMBRANE)2009-2012LEE (formerly LESC)
European Comparisons in Regional Cohesion, Dynamics and Expressions (EuroCORECODE)2010-2013HUM (formerly SCH)
Ecological and Evolutionary Functional Genomics (EuroEEFG) 2010-2013LEE (formerly LESC)
Origin of the Elements and Nuclear History of the Universe (EuroGENESIS)2010-2013PEN (formerly PESC)
Maximizing the Impact of Graphene Research in Science and Innovation (EuroGRAPHENE) 2010-2013PEN (formerly PESC)
Synthetic Biology: Engineering Complex Biological Systems (EuroSYNBIO) 2010-2013LEE (formerly LESC)
PEN (formerly PESC)
Bio-inspired Engineering of Sensors, Actuators & Systems (EuroBioSAS)2011-2014PEN (formerly PESC)
Functional Genomic Variation in the Epilepsies (EuroEPINOMICS)2011-2014MED (formerly EMRC)
Graphs in Geometry and Algorithms (EuroGIGA)2011-2014PEN (formerly PESC)
Molecular Science for a Conceptual Transition from Fossil to Solar Fuels (EuroSolarFuels)2011-2014LEE (formerly LESC)
PEN (formerly PESC)
Understanding and Misunderstanding: Cognition, Communication and Culture (EuroUnderstanding)2011-2014HUM (formerly SCH)
Ecology of Plant Volatiles, from Molecules to the Globe (EuroVOL)2011-2014LEE (formerly LESC)

*Duration of the research, networking and dissemination activities of the programme