The Biofuels Research Infrastructure for Sharing Knowledge has returned for 2017. BRISK2 will fund researchers from EU and qualifying countries to carry out training research at any of the 15 project partners’ facilities across Europe

Funded by the European Horizon 2020 programme, BRISK2 will improve the success of biofuels implementation by:

  • Helping to consolidate bioenergy expertise & knowledge
  • Provide opportunities for international collaboration
  • Foster a culture of co-operation
  • Lead to new bioenergy research activities across Europe

Researchers will be able to apply to visit any BRISK2 research partner located outside of their home country to utilise biomass conversion research facilities. BRISK2 will pay for transnational access (TA) along with a grant for travel and subsistence.

BRISK2 will begin accepting formal applications for Transnational Access from August 2017. Discover more about BRISK2 partners here

View the original BRISK project, which ran from 2011 – 2015 here