NPEC Wageningen & Utrecht partner in MICROBES-4-CLIMATE

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MICROBES-4-CLIMATE, a project under the Horizon Europe programme, brings together 31 dedicated partners from 13 countries. This groundbreaking project seeks to unravel the intricate interactions between soil, microorganisms, plants, and the environment. The primary goal of MICROBES-4-CLIMATE is to elevate our understanding of this vital network. It is envisioned to provide the researchers with an unparalleled, integrated network of infrastructures, fostering collaboration and amplifying collective knowledge on this crucial subject.

Each institution brings its unique expertise, contributing to the multidisciplinary approach that sets M4C apart. And as well the NPEC module at the Utrecht University as these from Wageningen University are part of the excellent network of infrastructures!

MICROBES-4-CLIMATE has a duration of 5 years in which the consortium is committed to upscale the share of invaluable data, transcending borders, and accelerating progress in environmental science. Microbial biodiversity, soil health and fertility, plant microbiome, crop productivity, and climate resilience are just a few of the focus areas that will be explored. The project will finance such access through “Transnational Access (TNA)” calls to facilitate and boost research on the interactions between microbiomes-plants-soil-environment, and their role in climate change responses, resilience, and mitigation.

More information can be found here: https://microbes4climate.eu/.

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