ONE Health Europe

ONE Health Europe

Title of my Project Idea
ONE Health Europe
Objective of my Project Idea

One Health is an approach calling for "the collaborative efforts of multiple disciplines working locally, nationally, and globally, to attain optimal health for people, animals and our environment"​

Human Health, Animal Health and the Environment are intrinsically interconnected with dramatic consequence, such as the spread of diseases, e.g. covid, antimicrobial resistance, environmental contamination, etc. and significant impact on sustainable development, e.g biodiversity, food security, poverty and climate change​.

Human population growth has brought people and domesticated animals in close contact with wild animals and their environment​. Industrialisation and globalisation have polluted ecosystems creating issues, such as antimicrobial resistance. The international movement of people, animals and animal products has spread disease quickly​ and changes in climate and land use have disrupted ecosystems and provided new opportunities to spread disease.

Enabling technologies create opportunities to map digital twins of ecosystems and infrastructure, collect real-time data and model outcomes to improve health and wellbeing, reduce environmental impact and validate products and services to prevent or to mitigate the impact of climate change.

Types of partners being sought
SMEs, Academics and Clusters covering Energy, Water, Health, Agriculture, Environment and Transport
Proposal key words
  • B14 eHealth related services and applications
  • C6 Business and societal issues
  • E1 Smart Cities (incl. smart grids, water management, etc.)
Presentation File


File name: celtic-proposal-one-health-draft-09.08.22.pptx

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Name: Alan Whiteside
Company: National Manufacturing Institute Scotland
Type of Organisation: Research
Country: United Kingdom

Brief description of my Organisation

The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland is the future of manufacturing at the heart of the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland.

It is where industry, academia, and the public sector work together on ground-breaking manufacturing research to transform productivity levels, make companies more competitive and boost the skills of our current and future workforce.

The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) is a group of industry-led manufacturing research and development facilities with a network of Partners across Scotland brought together to boost the manufacturing community.

Together we are focused on revolutionising skills, productivity, and innovation to help attract investment and make Scotland and the wider UK a global leader in advanced manufacturing.

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