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    Vladimir Eryomin, Russ S&T-Cooperation-in-FP7, Kiev-Ukraine, 23-September-2009 Vladimir Eryomin, Russ S&T-Cooperation-in-FP7, Kiev-Ukraine, 23-September-2009 Presentation Transcript

    • Russian National Contact Point on «Food, Agriculture, Fisheries & Biotechnology» (Bio-NCP of Russia on FP6-FP7 Programmes of EC) Russian Approach and Experience as Regards a Successful S&T Cooperation and Participation in FP7 Vladimir ERYOMIN Scientific Counsellor of Bio-NCP of Russia Bakh Institute of Biochemistry, RAS Scientific Workshop: “Identification of concrete sub-topics of the S&T EU-Ukraine cooperation: medium- sub- EU- medium- term outlook. Role of the Working Groups” Groups” Kiev, Ukraine, 23 September 2009 1
    • OUTLINE of Presentation OUTLINE of Presentation Bio-NCP of Russia (Creation, objectives & tasks, main activities) European and Russian Technology Platforms on FAFB Priorities EU-Russia Working Group on Agro-Food- Biotech Priorities EU-Russia Co-funded in Coordinated Calls in FP7 Programme EC 2
    • Bio-NCP of Russia Bio-NCP of Russia A.N. BAKH A.N. BAKH INSTITUTE OF INSTITUTE OF BIOCHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRY RAS (INBI) RAS (INBI) Bio-NCP of Russia (formerly - Food-NCP in FP6) was established by the Ministry of Science and Education of the RF on the basis of A.N. Bakh Institute of Biochemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences in May 2003 The main objective of Bio-NCP of Russia is promotion of Russian science integration into the European Research Area («ERA») by participation in FP6-FP7 Programmes of EC 3
    • Bio-NCP of Russia Bio-NCP of Russia Our activity is directed to: Increasing of Russian participation in EC FP7 Programme on FAFB priorities Consulting & training, information assurance and dissemination, accompanying projects, etc. Increasing capacity building for Russian R&TD community Consulting and direct contacts with Russian governing bodies (Government agencies, Ministry of Education &Science of the RF, stakeholders, multipliers, administration of scientific Centres and Institutes, SME representatives, etc.) (EU-Russia Working Group – Russian Policymakers and representatives of EC Directorate) Structuring of R&TD community in the Russian Federation Monitoring and coordination of participation activity in FP7 on FABF Priorities 4
    • Bio-NCP of Russia Bio-NCP of Russia Main Tasks and Activities Main Tasks and Activities Mapping Dissemination All-round help to Research activities FPs rules, materials EU-Russia Working Group and activities and on Agro-Food-Biotech Revealing liaison building Centres of excellence priorities (Laboratories, Institutes, Training & Consulting Communication etc.) , Major R&TD Researchers and with EC Directorate infrastructure in Russia Multipliers and European TP Facilitation of international contacts, Coordination of R&TD communications and cooperation Matching Ministry of Education and cooperation with other EU and Russia R&TD Science RF countries in FPs and Priorities Federal Agency for bilateral collaboration Science and Innovation Structuring R&TD Community Enhancing Participation and holding Capacity building of EU-Russia International NCPs, and acting and Symposiums, Forums, S&T Events potential Russian participants of FPs Co-funded and Coordinated Calls Involvement and encouragement of acting and potential Russian participants into FP7 European R&TD Network 5
    • Bio-NCP of Russia Bio-NCP of Russia Our activity is directed to: Studying of European Conception of Technology Platforms and relevant activity in FAFB Sector of FP7 Revealing of Russian National Priorities in FAFB Sector of FP7 Formation of Russian Technology Platforms in FAFB Sector of FP7 Coupling of European Conception of Technology Platforms to development of Technology Platforms in Russia Coordination of efforts and activity for Russian participation in FP7 on FAFB Priorities (EU-Russia Working Groups) Development of joined mechanisms and new ways for R&TD collaboration between EU and Russia (e.g. Co-funded & coordinated Calls, EU-Russia Working Groups) 6
    • European Technology Platforms (TPs) Technology Platforms (TPs) are the instruments for formation of priorities for International R&TD co-operation in countries of the European Union (MS and AC) and other 3-d INCO- countries co-operating with the EU. Technology Platforms (TPs) are the practical tools for realization of FP7 Programme of EC 7
    • Conception of Technology Platforms Selection of the most strategically important applied scientific challenges for social and economical development of EU-countries Analysis of Market needs and available technology transfers potential for production of consumer’s goods and service enhancing Active involvement of all EU-countries and INCO- countries Mobilization of public and private financial resources for FP7 Programme realisation Mobilization of human resources for implementation of Projects 8
    • Conception of Technology Platforms Taking into account all points of view: (for all interested-in Sides) Government Bodies Regulatory Bodies Representatives of Industry Scientific Communities SMEs Multipliers Consumers and Users The European Conception of «KNOWLEDGE-BASED BIO-ECONOMY» 9
    • The European Conception of The European Conception of «KNOWLEDGE-BASED BIO-ECONOMY» «KNOWLEDGE-BASED BIO-ECONOMY» QUALITY ASSURANCE QUALITY ASSURANCE STABILITY -- STABILITY STRATEGIES TRACEABILITY, STRATEGIES TRACEABILITY, SOCIETAL NEEDS SOCIETAL NEEDS BIODEGRADABILITY BIODEGRADABILITY CONSUMER SCIENCE CONSUMER SCIENCE FUNCTIONALITY FUNCTIONALITY Life Sciences & “Fork to Farm” Biotechnology for Food, health Sustainable and well-being non-food products + processes WHITE BIOTECH ADVANCED FOOD TECHNOLOGIES, FOOD QUALITY PROCESSING CLEAN BIOPROCESSES DETERMINANTS, NUTRITION RAW MATERIALS/WASTE LOW INPUT FARMING -- BIODIVERSITY LOW INPUT FARMING BIODIVERSITY GREEN/BLUE BIOTECH GREEN/BLUE BIOTECH ANIMAL HEALTH -- RURAL DEVT. ANIMAL HEALTH RURAL DEVT. PRODUCTION OPTIMISED RAW MATERIALS OPTIMISED RAW MATERIALS Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest, and aquatic environments 10 Compiled from Dr. Ch. Patermann presentation
    • European Technology Platforms (TPs) From: http://cordis.europa.eu/technology-platforms/individual_en.html 11
    • European Technology Platforms (TPs) TPs of EC are formed on the basis of European Conception of «Knowledge-Based Bio-Economy» Food for Life Global Animal Bio-Fuels Health Knowledge- Based Bio-Economy Forestry Farm Animal Breeding Industrial Plants for Bio-Technology the Future 12
    • Russian National Priorities Russian National Priorities in Science, Technology and Technique Areas: Biotechnology for life (Industrial Biotechnology for agriculture, food, forestry, fishery, bio-fuel, etc.) System Biology (all with –”omics” – genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, transcritomics, fluxomics, etc.) Bioengineering technologies Bio-informatics technologies Cell technologies including stem cells Bio-sensing technologies Biocatalysts and biosynthetic technologies, etc. Biotechnology for medicine (pharmaceutical, organ therapy, etc.) Health & Life Sciences (Critical Technologies of the live systems and in Life Science) Biomedical technologies for life support and human protection Genomic and post genomic technologies for drug development Nanotechnologies and materials Information- and telecommunication technologies and electronics Energy and energy-saving Advanced and special machinery and equipment Environment protection and rational nature management Security and anti-terrorism activities, etc., etc. 13
    • Main Activity of Bio-NCP of Russia in Formation of Russian TPs Selection of National Thematic Priorities for Formation of Russian TPs for Participation in FP7 Programme of EC Food Biotechnology MSU of Applied Biotechnology, Institute of Nutrition RAMS, etc. Industrial Biotechnology Institute Biochemistry RAS, MSU, Institute of Genetics, etc. Biotechnology of Plants Centre of Bio-engineering RAS, etc. Forestry MSU of Forest, Centre of Forest Ecology and Production RAS, etc. Animal Health State Institute of Animal Feed, etc. 14
    • Principles of Russian Technology Platform Formation European European Coordinator Biofuels TP Biofuels TP Bio-NCP Centre of Russia Management Body Scientific Centre Scientific Centre Scientific Centre Scientific Centre Scientific Centre Scientific Centre Scientific Centre Scientific Centre Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Experts Plants for the Future 15
    • Russian Technology Platform “Food for Life”- STRUCTURE: Russian Contacts with National FAFB governmental & Contact Point Secretariat legislative FP6/7 of the Platform bodies 20 members Research Unions of Leading food manufacturers Associations institutions enterprises in different food of consumers & Universities industry sectors Lines of activities: Food industry Food quality control Healthy nutrition 16
    • Russian Technology Platform Russian Technology Platform “Food for Life”- MAIN PARTICIPANTS: “Food for Life”- MAIN PARTICIPANTS: MOSCOW STATE MOSCOW STATE MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED BIOTECHNOLOGY OF APPLIED BIOTECHNOLOGY OF FOOD PRODUCTION OF FOOD PRODUCTION Institute of MSUFP Biological Industry Institute of Fishery Institute of and Oceanography INSTITUTE OF INSTITUTE OF A.N. BAKH INSTITUTE OF A.N. BAKH INSTITUTE OF Childish Food NUTRITION NUTRITION BIOCHEMISTRY RAS BIOCHEMISTRY RAS Institute of Institute of Poultry Processing Industry Dairy Industry Institute of Control, Institute of Standardization, Certifica- Certifica- Meat Industry tion of Veterinary Preparations 17
    • Examples of Russian Consortia in Technology Platforms A.N. Bakh Institute Moscow State GosGNIIgenetika of Biochemistry, RAS University Institute Puschino Research SME «VOSTOK» of Microbiology Centre of RAS of RAS SME «Rosalko» Institute of Plastics 6 SMEs Institute of Centre of Cardiac Engineering Textile Institute Surgery RAMS Ecology 18
    • Structuring of Russian Biotech Community 19
    • Russian TPs on FAFB in FP7 Russian TPs on FAFB in FP7 Russian TPs on FAFB in FP7 Food Quality & Safety Food Quality & Safety Industrial Biotechnology Industrial Biotechnology Forestry Forestry Plants for the Future Plants for the Future Animal Health Animal Health Fisheries Fisheries Bio-fuel Bio-fuel 20
    • EU-Russia Working Group on Agro-Food-Biotech Priorities (Proposed Structure) From Russia From EU Representatives of Ministry Representatives of EC of Education and Science of Directorate on FAFB priorities the RF Representatives of Russian Representatives of EU Federal Agency for Science Technology Platforms and Innovation Heads of EU FP6-FP7 Representatives of Bio-NCP Megaprojects of Russia Representatives of Russian Representatives of European Technology Platforms Bio-NCPs Russian R&TD Experts European R&TD Experts (Usually Directors of RTD Centres) Secretariat 21
    • Prospects for Future EU-Russia Cooperation Inna Bilenkina, Christian Patermann, Deputy Head of Russia's Federal Agency for Director of EC Directorate for Science and Innovation, «Biotechnologies, Agriculture, Fisheries & CORDIS News interview – «EU and Russia Strengthen Food» Research Ties» CORDIS Video interview - «Talking about (http://cordis.europa.eu/fetch?CALLER=KBBENEWS&) FP7» Prospects for Future EU-Russia Cooperation Initiatives From 2008, scientific research in Russia will be Mr. Patermann met his Russian colleagues of supported from Government by two large scale the EC-Russia Working Group on Agro-Bio- programmes: Food in Suzdal, Russia and talks about new First programme is dedicated to the ways in EU-Russia cooperation. New Materials and Nanotechnologies (~ 40% of the Russian funds) (http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/kbbe/interview_en. Life Sciences and Biotechnology – (~25%) html) Energy and Energy Efficiency Rational Nature Use Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). The second programme is dedicated to the Industrial Development of Nanotechnologies and New Materials. 22
    • EU-Russia Working Group on «Health and Life Sciences» Priorities Co-funded and Coordinated Calls on «Health» Working Group Meeting on «Heath and Life Sciences» at the Federal Agency for Science and Innovation, Moscow, 12-th of March 2009, For more details see, http://www.fasi.gov.ru/news/press-c/1636/ http://www.fasi.gov.ru/news/press- 23
    • EU-Russia Working Group on Agro-Food-Biotech Priorities (Scheme of decision making and basic documents) EU-RF Declaration of Collaboration RF Topics of Interest EU Topics of Interest Mutual Topics of Interest Minutes of WG Meetings Co-funded and Coordinated Calls 24
    • EC-Russia Coordinated Calls in FP7-TP-FABF • Date of publication: 30 November 2007 FP7 Call KBBE-2008-2B • Deadline: 26 February 2008 In Coordination with Russia • Total budget of call FP7-KBBE-2008-2B: 96.85M€ • Indicative budget dedicated to the coordination activity with Russia: 2+2 M€ (EC+Russia contribution) Topic KBBE-2008-3-1-04: Plant-produced vaccines Topic KBBE-2008-3-2-01: Molecular modelling for rational design of industrial enzymes KBBE- Activity 2.3 KBBE- KBBE- Activity 2.2 KBBE- Biotechnologies 17,56 M € Food 25,58 M € KBBE- Activity 2.1 KBBE- KBBE- Activity 2.3 Sustainable Production and Biotechnologies 4 M € Management of Biological Coordinated & co-funded Resources 48,21 M € SCP with Russian participants Activity 2.4 - Network of Third Countries National Information www.cordis.europa.eu/fp7/kbbe/home_en.htm Points 25 Compiled from Dr. Elisabetta BALZI presentation
    • FABF-TP EC-Russia Coordinated Calls Date of publication: 30 November 2007 Deadline: 26 February 2008 Indicative budget: 4 M€ (contribution: 2 M€ Russia +2 M€ EC) Funding Scheme: Small Collaborative Project (SCP) Topic KBBE-2008-3-1-04: Plant-Produced Vaccines (Продуцируемые растениями вакцины) Topic KBBE-2008-3-2-01: Molecular Modelling for Rational Design of Industrial Enzymes (Молекулярное моделирование для рационального дизайна промышленных ферментов) All specific arrangements for this particular Call is set out in the relevant Guide for Applicants 26
    • FABF-TP EC Russia Coordinated Calls KBBE-2008-3-1-04 : Plant - produced Vaccines This project will focus on the development of innovative vaccines using plants as production systems. Plants offer many advantages over current production platforms by combining the benefits of traditional fermentor systems (containment, precise growth conditions) with those of plants (economy, safety, scalability). Specific technologies have been developed recently for the production of high-value recombinant proteins in plants. Remaining bottlenecks for these technologies include low yield of recombinant proteins, high production costs and lengthy development and testing of the plants. The overall aim of the project will be to identify and establish higher antigen yields production systems, which are highly controllable and reproducible. This includes the selection of the most suitable plant species and culture conditions, improved understanding of antigen presentation and immunity, rapid screening and up-scaling, rapid development of vaccine variants and novel technologies for improved vaccine production. Expected impact: High efficiency and low cost production of vaccines. The project is expected to contribute to the "EU-Russia Common Space for Education and Research" and to the S&T bilateral agreement between the European Community and the Russian Federation and to the EU-South Africa dialogue on KBBE on the basis of mutual interest and shared benefits. Scientific Officer: Tomasz Calikowski, email: Tomasz.Calikowski@ec.europa.eu 27
    • FABF-TP EC Russia Coordinated Calls KBBE-2008-3-2-01: Molecular Modelling for Rational Design of Industrial Enzymes Enzymes are increasingly used in the chemical industry. Computational chemistry, bioinformatics, enzyme structure modelling, molecular docking and dynamics, quantum chemistry and corresponding hybrid methods have been developed to describe the intimate details of the bio-catalytic mechanisms. The objective of the topic is to develop rational enzyme design methods based on molecular (in-silico) modelling in order to produce a next generation of highly efficient biocatalysts with an expanded range of substrates, improved enantio-selectivity and enhanced catalytic activity for industrially important conversions. Optimization of multi-enzyme complexes should also be considered. Research should address the development of quantitative parameters which adequately describe the efficiency of the biocatalysts under development. Improved enzymes are particularly required in certain technological areas, such as fine organic synthesis, bio-transformations, biomass conversion and the food industry. Expected impact: Enhance industry's capabilities for rational design of biocatalysts and their fast quantitative evaluation. The project is expected to contribute to the "EU-Russia Common Space for Education and Research" and to the bilateral S&T agreement between the European Community and the Russian Federation, on the basis of mutual interest and 28 shared benefits
    • TP-ENERGY EC-Russia Coordinated Calls Date of publication: 30 November 2007 Deadline: 26 February 2008 Indicative budget: 4 M€ (contribution: 2 M€ Russia +2 M€ EC) Topic ENERGY.2008.2.2.1: Enhancing strategic international cooperation with Russia in the field of power generation from biomass (Производство электроэнергии из биомассы) Topic ENERGY.2008.7.2.3: Innovative operational and monitoring tools for large power systems (Системы управления и оборудование для крупных энергетических сетей) All specific arrangements for this particular Call is set out in the relevant Guide for Applicants 29
    • ENERGY: EC-Russia Coordinated Calls Enhancing strategic international cooperation with Russia in the field of power generation from biomass Content/scope: Research and technology development in the field of power generation from biomass. The co-operation activity should be based on an assessment of ongoing research, the identification of best practices, gaps in knowledge and barriers to implementation in both, the EU and Russia, and propose direction for a collaborative research project in the area. Funding scheme: Collaborative Project (the project duration is normally 3 years) Expected impact: Effective cooperation between key researchers and industries in the field of power generation from biomass should foster the development and uptake of innovative methods and technologies to expand the use of biomass in power generation. 30
    • Indicative Time Table for EC-Russia Coordinated Calls EU Russia Launch of the EC Call 30 November 2007 Launch of the RU Call End of January 2008 Submission deadline EU Call 26 February 2008 Submission Deadline RU Call End of April 2008 Completion of EU evaluation Beginning of April 2008 Completion of RU evaluation Mid of May 2008 End of EU negotiations Mid of July 2008 Signature of EC GA By September 2008 Signature of RU contracts By end of June 2008 Start of projects Starting around the end of 2008 31
    • Call principles for EC-Russia Coordinated Calls SMALL COLLABORATIVE PROJECT Corresponding Joint technical Russian part in Annex Integrated the joint project Min. 2 RU activities Min. 2-3 MS participants or AS participants Submission Submission of of tender to a Joint the Russian < 5% All proposals to Call RU of TEC participants FP7 EU-Russia according to participants sign the EU Call according FASI rules sign a FP7 GA contract to FP7 rules with FASI FASI EC Budget: Budget: Evaluation EC Max. 2M€ Max. 2M€ according RU Evaluation rules EU-RU according concerted dialogue FP7 rules Compiled from presentation of Gilles Lequeux, European Commission, DG Research 32
    • Overview of the Evaluation Process EU-RUSSIA Co-ordinated and Co-funded Projects be ” ay ote M m “re Individual Submission Consensus Panel Finalisation reading Final Evaluators Evaluators Evaluators ranking Full Proposal list Proposal Rejection list Criteria Criteria Criteria forms Proposals in Eligibility suggested priority order COMMISSION COMMISSION Role of experts 33
    • FABF-TP EC Russia Coordinated Calls Minimum Number of Participants: 2 from different EU Member States or FP-Associated Countries* and 2 from different Federal units (provinces, oblasts, republics, territories, districts, Federal cities) from Russia. * FP-Associated Countries: Croatia, Turkey, Serbia, FYROM, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, and as from 01/01/08 Montenegro and Albania In addition, this research area is particularly well suited for cooperation with other ICPC countries with bilateral S&T agreements with the European Community** such as South Africa, and this will be reflected in the evaluation ** ICPC countries with bilateral S&T agreements with the European Community: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Egypt, India, Mexico, Morocco, Russia, South Africa, Tunisia and Ukraine 34
    • FP7 Funding rules for Collaborative Projects R&D Activities: - EU grant up to 50% of the total eligible cost. - Certain legal entities can receive up to 75% (non-profit public bodies, Small and Medium Size Enterprises / SMEs, higher education establishments). Demonstration Activities: - the reimbursement rate may reach 50% of the total eligible cost. Other activities (consortium management, networking, training, coordination, dissemination etc. ) - the reimbursement can be up to 100% of the eligible cost. 35
    • EU‐RUSSIA Symposia on FP6/7 BIO Priorities Important instruments to strengthen EU‐ Russian сo‐operation in BIO‐TPs of FP7 ‐ I Moscow 2004 ‐ II Moscow  2005 ‐ III St. Petersburg  2006 ‐ IV Suzdal 2007 ‐ V Pushchino                                               2008 ‐ German‐Russian Forum in Moscow     2009 36
    • OUTCOMES of EU-RUSSIA Symposium “Prospects for R&TD Co-operation in Biotechnology in FP7” 5-8 June 2006 St. Petersburg Objectives: Public establishing EU-Russia Working Group on Agro-Food-Biotech priorities Discussion of key issues and prospective of R&TD cooperation between Russia and EU in Biotechnology in FP7 Discussion of Russian participation in FP7 European Technology Platforms Presentation of Russian Technology Platforms 37
    • OUTCOMES of EU-RUSSIA Symposium “Prospects for R&TD Co-operation in Biotechnology in FP7” 5-8 June 2006 St. Petersburg Main results: Adopting Joint Declaration of the EU-Russia Working Group on «Agro-Bio-Food» More than 200 scientists, SME representatives and multipliers from Russia and NIS countries About 50 experts from EU International School of Young Scientists «Biotechnology for the Future» More than 60 young scientists from EU and NIS Brokerage Events and Poster Sections «InJoy&Train» Meeting Posted Catalogue of Profile Forms (119 proposals) for participation in EC FP7 FAFB priorities Russian-German Satellite Symposium on Bioinformatics Network 38
    • Results of 3 First Calls in FP7 EC Funded Projects on FAFB Priorities for 3‐d Countries Participation 11 Projects with Russian Participation 23 Entities from Russia among them: 2 SICA Calls for Russian Participation 2 EU‐Russia Coordinated Projects 2007‐2008 39
    • Russian National Contact Point on «Food, Agriculture, Fisheries & Biotechnology» (Bio-NCP of Russia on FP6-FP7 Programmes of EC) Institute of Biochemistry Thank you for your attention Good Luck in FP7! Vladimir ERYOMIN Scientific Counsellor (Bio-NCP of Russia) Institute of Biochemistry, RAS Leninsky Prospect, 33, 119071 Moscow, RUSSIA Tel.: +7 (495) 954 44 74 eryomin@inbi.ras.ru http://www.fp7-bio.ru 40