Earlier this year one of our EU projects, ANGRAM, has come to an end. It was awarded to Angela Gligorova under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship action within the Horizon 2020 framework and it was focused on R&D towards a gravity measurement of antihydrogen.

After the successful reporting to the EU Commission, the project was selected for publication in the ‘Results in Brief’ section of the Commission’s CORDIS website. The article summarizing the work and the most important findings was recently published in six languages and can be found here: