The York-Maastricht Partnership is currently supporting £2m (€2.2m) of research collaborations across nine distinct projects – including initiatives to tackle serious health problems and solutions to global sustainability.
This first tranche of funding – made up of contributions from the Partnership, University departments, research council grants, and private sector funding – will support joint research initiatives across York and Maastricht.
Every project will be co-led by researchers on each side.
Our research is focused across five academic areas:
Investigating neuroimaging and molecular imaging, making the most of the cutting edge technologies and techniques at both institutions.
The key challenges for both technology and society around data and how it is used.
Bringing together York and Maastricht’s centres of excellence in global development that will investigate development transformations in the context of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and their challenge of ‘Leaving No One Behind’.
Food & Health
Covering a broad range of research areas including agri-tech, child wellbeing, health sciences, nutrition and health economics.