CyclonHit project was awarded for the best coordination as it went beyond the initially planned objectives, it highly involved women and led to an outstanding number of publications.
The project has already been introduced to the readers of the Cyclodextrin News blog.
It was a project supported by Marie Curie Initial Training Programme aiming at fighting against antibacterial resistance via developing CD-based drug delivery systems.
The award was launched in 2013 by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research to reward the commitment of EU-funded project coordinators from French organisations. 12 French project coordinators receive the award every year. This year a total of 50 EU-funded projects were proposed.