Euronovia will have a key role in supporting the management of the project as well as its communication and dissemination activities.
The BioAgora project (Bio Knowledge Agora: Developing the Science Service for European Research and Biodiversity Policymaking) was officially launched on Tuesday, 5 July with a first online Consortium Assembly.
This new collaborative European project, funded under the Horizon Europe programme, aims to make research on biodiversity more accessible to the needs of environmental policy. To reach this goal, BioAgora will develop a Science Service that will provide policymakers with all the tools and documentation necessary for decision-making and the implementation of environmental policies. This new platform will be the science pillar of the EU’s Knowledge Centre for Biodiversity.
BioAgora gathers a Consortium of 22 partners, from 13 European countries, consisting of 15 research organisation and universities, 4 SMEs, 1 European research network, 1 association, and 1 information hub. It is coordinated by Syke, the Finnish Environment Institute.
With its experience in European projects, in particular on communication and dissemination activities, Euronovia will have a key supporting role within the Consortium for these activities.
The BioAgora project has a budget of 11 827 270 € financed by the European Commission for 5 years, until 30 June 2027.
For more information about the project, a website will soon be available. In the meantime, follow Euronovia on LinkedIn to be kept updated on BioAgora news.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 101059438.