How it all started
The NanoMemPro Project
A dozen universities and research institutes spread all over Europe got together in 2004 to carry out the NanoMemPro project.
NanoMemPro’s aim was to set up a strong European network of membrane researchers. It was funded by the European Commission under the 6th Framework Programme.
|Discover NanoMemPro's Strategic Business & Research Agenda for membrane technologies.|
NanoMemPro's Final Report gives a full overview of what was carried out during the NanoMemPro project.
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At the end of the project, in compliance with the commitment made with the EU, the NanoMemPro partners decided they had to find a way to make the network and parternships developed last. That’s how the European Membrane House got started. It carries on NanoMemPro's core spirit and was set up in 2008 as a non profit making international association.
Have a look at the Members' page to know who's in EMH.
|The European Membrane Society joined EMH from the start.|