Polyphenols Innovation Network: Call for Projects


Please find here more information about the "Polyphenols Innovation Network" (PIN) & its projects.

Polyphenols Innovation Network

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Polyphenols Innovation Network (PIN), a pioneering initiative designed to accelerate progress in the field of polyphenols research by fostering a collaborative and innovative environment.

Aim of the Network

Under the banner of PIN, our mission is to assemble a diverse team of multidisciplinary experts, committed to advancing the frontiers of polyphenols research, applications, and innovation.

Projects of PIN

Three pioneering projects have been earmarked for initiation under the auspices of PIN:

Project 1: Artificial Intelligence and Polyphenols

This project will utilize AI's power to delve deeper into the understanding and utilization of polyphenols, aiming to develop predictive models for identifying novel therapeutic polyphenols and optimizing their formulations. 

Learn more.

Project 2: Longevity & Polyphenols

Our focus here is on exploring the role of polyphenols in promoting longevity and preventing age-related diseases. We aim to uncover the molecular mechanisms through which polyphenols exert their beneficial effects on lifespan and healthspan.

More details.

Project 3: Space Food & Polyphenols

This project centers on creating polyphenol-enriched space food to boost astronauts' nutrition and well-being during space missions.

Learn more.

Funding of Projects

The Polyphenols Innovation Network is dedicated to securing necessary resources from public and private institutions to support these groundbreaking efforts.

How to participate?

To contribute to one of these 3 pioneering projects, Polyphenols Applications requests interested researchers and teams to submit a proposal detailing the following aspects:

  • Project Overview: Please provide a concise description of your current research or project. Include key goals, methodologies used, and any preliminary results or findings that could highlight the relevance and potential impact of your work.
  • Alignment with PIN Goals: Articulate how your work contributes to the broader objectives of PIN. This could be in terms of techniques being developed, the specific aspects your project focuses on, or the potential applications of your research.
  • Challenges and Solutions: Identify any potential hurdles or obstacles you anticipate in the course of your research. This could be technical issues, logistical constraints, or theoretical problems. Additionally, provide an outline of how you propose to tackle these challenges. This shows proactive problem-solving and can help us better understand the feasibility of your project.
  • Team Profile: Furnish an overview of your team and its expertise. Highlight the skills, qualifications, and experiences of your team members that make them well-equipped to carry out the proposed project. Include any past achievements or relevant projects that demonstrate your team’s capacity to successfully execute the research.

We invite interested researchers and teams to join PIN by submitting their project proposals to polyphenols(at)polyphenols-site.com by April 10, 2024.

Submissions should include a project overview, its alignment with PIN's goals, anticipated challenges and proposed solutions, and a team profile. Proposals will be evaluated by our Selection Committee, and successful applicants will be invited to participate in the next phase of our initiative.


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