The countdown has officially started, the Open Call 2024 for new COST Action proposals closes on 23 October 2024 at noon CEST.
The annual COST Open Call for new COST Action submissions remains open until 23 October 2024. We would like to ask the wider community for help in promoting this call within their networks and help spread the word about the networking opportunities funded by COST.
A COST Action is an interdisciplinary research network that brings researchers and innovators together to investigate a topic for 4 years. Open to all science and technology fields, including new and emerging ones, COST Actions are also bottom-up meaning you can propose a network based on your interests or ideas. The funding a COST Action receives covers the expenses of networking activities and can be used to fund events, Short-term scientific missions, training schools, communication activities, and virtual networking tools.
Are you ready to turn your innovative ideas into reality? Now is the perfect time to start building a network proposal before the deadline. Learn more about the COST Open Call:

Video ‘Tips for submitting a winning COST Action proposal’:
Video ‘Why join a COST Action’:

Documents and Guidelines for submitting a COST Action:
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