Thanks to maths, cost action has helped implement innovative solutions for eighty organisations. To increase production, COST Action taught companies to improve their production. Furthermore, it also helped government and non-profit organisations to imply their resources in a better and more productive way. COST Actions mainly address real-life challenges.
COST also contributes to the European science policy in spreading its market. For instance, one of the COST Actions contributed to the acceleration progress of developing a European-based collaboration network. The COST Action is meant this collaborative network for the advancement and the acceleration of scientific, digital and commercialisation in Medical Microwave Imaging.
To avoid the spread of disease through physical contact – something that happens quite often in the medical field, a COST Action worked to reduce the distances and build a digital network in this field. This COST action plan helped the digital development of many pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, and medical facilities to use technology and reduce cyber-attacks.
A cost scientist was also awarded a Nobel prize in physics in 2019. It was about understanding the evolution in the universe and the earth’s place in the cosmos.
COST Action gave a start-up grant and research ideas to buildings in Slovenia thanks to a cost action promoting the use of biological materials in construction.
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These were but some examples of contributions that COST Action gave to the world. Anyhow, ACS – ASOMI College of Sciences is glad to congratulate COST Action on its fiftieth birthday. We are also proud to take part in this initiative.