MSCA is EU’s research mobility program and aims to ensure excellent and innovative research by increasing international exchange and supporting young researchers’ career development.

The following MSCA project at Stockholm University has been granted funding:

The project ECORISK2050, “Effects of global change on the emission, fate, effects and risks of chemicals in aquatic ecosystems”, is granted MSCA Innovative Training Networks, European Training Networks, during 48 months with a total budget of 3 596 088.24 euros and with a funding to Stockholm University of 563 965.92 euros. Responsible researcher at Stockholm University is Matthew MacLeod at the Department of Environmental Science and Analytichal Chemistry (ACES) who will carry out the project together with Anna Sobek, ACES.