DarChemDN receives 2.7 million euros funding from the EU

A consortium comprising six beneficiaries and six associated partners received 2.7 million euros from the European Union’s Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions to implement a Doctoral Network on Darwinian Chemistry. The consortium includes leading scientists from the fields of Systems Chemistry, Biophysics, Microfluidics and Evolutionary Biology as well as innovative companies with expertise ranging from analytical chemistry to artificial intelligence and providing an industrial perspective. The research programme will be implemented by 10 Doctoral Candidates who will also receive a structured training programme to equip this first generation of Darwinian Chemists will a comprehensive skillset to fully unleash the power of Darwinian evolution for applied chemistry and materials science.