Scientists from the Czech Republic succeeded in the calls for the Widening tool from the Horizon Europe program

TWINNING Western Balkans

This call targeted the countries of the Western Balkans. A total of 126 projects were evaluated and 15 were successful.

A total of 13 Czech partners were involved in the evaluated projects, of which Palacký University Olomouc is a partner in the ultimately successful SUSNANO project coordinated by Albania.


European Excellence Initiative

This tool supports the strengthening of networks of higher education institutions and their cooperation with surrounding ecosystems. In the first call, 12 projects were evaluated, and 9 grants were awarded.

The Czech University of Life Sciences Prague coordinates the BETTER Life project. Three Czech universities are partners in successful projects, namely the Czech Technical University in Prague, Mendel University in Brno and Tomas Bata University in Zlín.


TEAMING for Excellence

In the first round of this call, 115 projects were evaluated, and 32 projects advanced to the second round, four of which belong to the Czech Republic, which submitted a total of 10 proposals to the first round.



As part of this call, 388 projects were evaluated, and 103 grants were awarded.

Czech entities submitted a total of 38 proposals, of which nine were successful. Three grants were awarded to the Palacký University Olomouc, other grants were awarded to the J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences, the Technical University of Liberec, the Tomas Bata University in Zlín, the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, the Brno University of Technology, and Masaryk University.


Excellence Hubs

This new tool builds closer links between academia, the business world, public authorities, and society, and has attracted a lot of interest from the scientific community.

In the first call, a total of 102 projects were evaluated, of which 10 projects were supported. The Czech Republic won two projects that will be coordinated by Masaryk University.


ERA Chairs

In this call, 88 projects were evaluated, and 32 grants were awarded. The Czech Republic submitted a total of 12 projects, of which four were successful. Palacký University Olomouc, the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences, the Biological Center of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and Masaryk University succeeded with their proposals.


Source: Technology Centre of Czech Academy of Sciences

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