The European Research Council today announced the winners of its 2021 Advanced Grants competition. The funding, worth in total €624.6 million, will go to 253 leading researchers across Europe. Their work is set to provide new insights into many subjects, such as using mathematics to find better ways to use antibiotics and chemotherapy, how to protect the biodiversity of islands, exploring the Cosmic Dawn, and understanding how language sounds change over time.
Dimitri Mortelmans, University of Antwerp, receives an ERC Advancement Grant for his project titled 'Singleton trajectories. Understanding new life course paths of young adults'.
- Learn more about Dimitri's project here.
Albert Esteve, Pompeu Fabra University and Centre for Demographic Studies (CED) in Barcelona, receives the grant for the 'Intergenerational Coresidence in Global Perspective: Dimensions of Change' Project