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General information

  1. Title of the proposal + acronym: The title should be concise and informative.
  2. Start of the project / End of the project.
    Earliest starting date of January 1st 2024, latest ending of October 31st 2025. Minimum duration of 6 months, maximum duration of 22 months.
  3. Location of the project
    Country. Description of the local node, biodiversity hot-spot, protected area or taxonomy knowledge centre on which the project is focused. max 150 words
  4. Summary
    The summary should provide a brief overview of the proposed project, its objectives, methodology, and expected outcomes. max 150 words
  5. Major topic – please select:
    A project may touch on many different topics, but, from the seven topics listed below, applicants must select ONLY ONE as the MAJOR focus for their project.
  • Topic 1. Species-level indexing of pollinator collections (Annex 1).
  • Topic 2. Improving access to local taxon lists and taxon-related scientific data through pragmatic name-mapping workflows (Annex 2).
  • Topic 3. The co-development of AI-based image recognition for European terrestrial molluscs (AnneX 3)
  • Topic 4. The co-development of AI-based sound recognition of European grasshoppers (Annex 4).
  • Topic 5. Innovative molecular techniques for taxonomy: integrating genomic tools for the development of cost-efficient genetic markers for species identification and delimitation (Annex 5)
  • Topic 6. The development of training programs for taxonomic research (Annex 6)
  • Topic 7. Innovative cross-disciplinary projects focused on involvement of citizen scientists in monitoring biodiversity hotspots (Annex 7).


Project information