►2. “Towards oxide-based electronics (TO-BE)” Project ID: COST MP1308
►3. “Resilient Communication Services Protecting End- user Applications from Disaster-based Failures (RECODIS)” )“, Project ID: COST Action CA15127. Website: www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ca/CA15127.
►4. “The Biogenesis of Iron-sulfur Proteins: from Cellular Biology to Molecular Aspects (FeSBioNet)” \”, Project ID: COST Action CA15133. Website: www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ca/CA15133.
►5. “IZ73Z0_152740/1 Buidiversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and its importance for sustainable land use in selected areas of Balkan Peninsula”
►6. “Improved security through safer cementation of hazardous wastes” Project ID: NATO SPS project code – SPS 985402 (G5402)
►7. “European Network for Environmental Citizenship” COST Action CA16229: ENEC
►8. “Developing an E-learning tool for Environmental Education for Primary and Secondary School in the Lower Danube Region – 05_ECVII_PA06: ELEDAN”
►9. “FITFISH – Swimming of fish and implication for migration and aquaculture” \”, Project ID: COST Action FA1304. Website: http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/fa/FA1304.
►10. “Fish behavior preparatory study at Iron Gate Hydropower dams and reservoirs”
►11. “Compilation of geo-referenced distribution data of Serbian freshwater fishes”
►12. “Sustainable use of sterlet and development of sterlet aquaculture in Serbia and Hungary”
►13. “Managing and restoring aquatic ecological corridors for migratory fish species in the Danube River Basin – MEASURES” Website: www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/measures.
►1. “SEEWIND – South-East Europe Wind Energy Exploitation – Research and demonstration of wind energy utilisation in complex terrain and under specific local wind systems” , Project ID: FP6EN/S07.70669/038489. Project leader: Andreas Krenn, Energiewerkstatt, Friedburg, Austria. Website: www.seewind.org.
►1. “Fate and effects of cytostatic pharmaceuticals in the environment and identification of biomarkers for an improved risk assessment on environmental exposure” , Project ID: FP7 CytoThreat 265264. Website: www.cytothreat.eu.
►2. “New photoacoustic and photothermal techniques – applications in materials science and evironmental science” bilateral project between the Republic of Serbia and the People’s Republic of China. Institutions: IMSI, University of Belgrade, Serbia, and Nanjing University, China. Project leaders: Dragan Todorović (Serbia) and Zhang Shui (China).
►3. “Structural anisotropy of the plant cell walls of various origin and their constituent polymers, using differential polarization laser scanning microscope (DP-LSM)” bilateral project between the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Hungary. Institutions: IMSI, University of Belgrade, Serbia, and Institute of Plant Biology, Biological Research Center, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary. Project leaders: Ksenija Radotić Hadži-Manić (Serbia) and Gyozo Garab (Hungary).
►4. “Advanced analysis of micro scale images in biology and medicine” bilateral project between the Republic of Serbia and the Republic Belorusia. Project leaders: Ksenija Radotić Hadži-Manić (Serbia) and Vladimir Starovoytov (Belarus) .
►5. “Harmonization of methods for the monitoring of qualitative and quantitative composition of the fish stock of large rivers” bilateral project between the Republic of Serbia and the Slovak Republic. Institutions: IMSI, University of Belgrade, Serbia, and Institute of Zoology, Slovakia. Project leaders: Mirjana Lenhardt (Serbia) and Ladislav Pekarik (Slovakia).
►6. “Multifferoic composites for novel applications” bilateral project between the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Slovenia. Institutions: IMSI, Belgrade Universitz and Institute Jožef Stefan, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Project leaders: Jelena Bobić (Serbia) i Andreja Benčan Golob (Slovenia).
►7. “Minerals as Precursors for Modern Technologies” , bilateral project between the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Slovenia. Institutions: Institute of Nuclear Sciences “Vinča”, University of Belgrade, Serbia, and Institute “Jožef Stefan”, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Project leaders: Branko Matović (Serbia) and Nina Daneu (Slovenia).
►8. “Transition Metal Perovskites with Multiferroic Properties” bilateral project between the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Slovenia. Institutions: IMSI, University of Belgrade, Serbia, and Institute of Mathematics, Physics, and Mechanics, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Projects leaders: Zorica Marinković Stanojević (Serbia) and Marko Jagodič (Slovenia).
►9. “Skin Barrier and Atopic Diseases (SKINBAD)” , Project ID: COST Action BM0903. Website: www.cost.eu/domains_actions/bmbs/Actions/BM0903.
►10. “Mast Cells and Basophils – Targets for Innovative Therapies” , Project ID: COST Action BM1007. Website: www.cost.eu/domains_actions/bmbs/Actions/BM1007.
►11. “Freshwater fisheries on bordering rivers – pilot study with a holistic regional approach”
►12. “Network Lake Observations in Europe (NETLAKE)” \”, Project ID: COST Action ES1201.
►13. “UV-B radiation: A specific regulator of plant growth and food quality in a changing climate (UV4growth)” , Project ID: COST Action FA0906. Website: www.cost.eu/domains_actions/fa/Actions/FA0906.
►14. “Experimental and Computational Micro-Characterisation Techniques in Wood Mechanics” , Project ID: COST Action FP0802. Website: cost-fp0802.tuwien.ac.at.
►15. “Single- and multiphase ferroics and multiferroics with restricted geometries (SIMUFER)” , Project ID: COST Action MP0904. Website: www.cost.eu/domains_actions/mpns/Actions/MP0904.
►16. “NORM for Building Materials (NORM4BUILDING)” , Project ID: COST Action TU 1301. Website: www.cost.eu/domains_actions/tud/Actions/TU1301.
►17. “Strigolactones: biological roles and applications” Project ID: FA COST Action FA1206
►18. ““Gender, Science, Technology and Environment“ (Gender STE)” Project ID: 2012-2016 COST TN1201
►19. “Integrating devices and materials: a challenge for new instrumentation in ICT” Project ID: 2013-2017 COST IC1208
►20. “Ecological aspect of vision in aquatic and amphibian animals” \”, interacademic cooperation of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and the Russian Academy of Sciences.
►21. “Aquaculture of threatened species of fishes and application in protection and restitution of natural populations” , interacademic cooperation of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts, and the Russian Academy of Sciences.