MetTrans is a four-year Marie Curie Initial Training Network of leading European research groups in both academic and industrial institutions, which addresses outstanding issues in the migration of metals in the environment.
The Network is dedicated to providing young scientists with high quality personalised training in both research and complementary skills. 12 early-stage researchers (ESRs), all registered for PhD degrees, have been recruited. A post-doctoral fellow (ER) is also being recruited at the University of Oxford (UK).
MetTrans is a €3.5 million project funded by the European Union under the Seventh Framework Programme.