New opportunities for scientific cooperation between                Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean            ...
FP7 Cooperation programmes                                     Theme 2                              Food, Agriculture and ...
2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB                                  Priorities and overview • Driving forces:        ► Tackling ...
2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB                                 International cooperation• International Cooperation:      ►A...
Twinning of projects        Good examples given e.g. by Argentina which is opening up to other countries         in the r...
2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB                                 Introducing innovation   • Emphasis on “from discovery to dem...
2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB                          Actions to ensure SME participation    ● Continued focus on strength...
2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB                                   CALL PUBLICATION        ►Publication of the Work Programme ...
2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB                               Priorities and overview      •Funds projects in three activitie...
FP7 KBBE - Activity 2.1             Sustainable production and management of biological             resources from land, f...
WP2012 – Main features of Activity 2.1                                    International Cooperation              All topi...
WP2012 – Main features of Activity 2.1     Innovation, Technology Transfer, Dissemination     A number of topics are focus...
Topics (1/5)Activity/ Area                                       Topics called                                  Funding Sc...
Topics (2/5)Activity/ Area                                       Topics called                                      Fundin...
Topics (3/5)Activity/ Area                                       Topics called                                      Fundin...
Topics (4/5)Activity/ Area                                          Topics called                                  Funding...
Topics (5/5)Activity/ Area                                           Topics called                                 Funding...
FP7 KBBE - Activity 2.2             “Fork to farm”: Food (including sea-food), health and well being                      ...
WP2012 KBBE Activity 2.2 FOOD:                                            Consumers     Role of health-related symbols    ...
WP2012 KBBE Activity 2.2 FOOD:                                               Nutrition     Beneficial effects of bioactive...
WP2012 KBBE Activity 2.2 FOOD:                                       Food Processing                                      ...
WP2012 KBBE Activity 2.2 FOOD:                                Food Quality and Safety      Contaminants in seafood and    ...
WP2012 KBBE Activity 2.2 FOOD:      Environmental Impacts and Total Food Chain      Microbially safe water for            ...
FP7 KBBE - Activity 2.3             Life sciences, biotechnology and biochemistry for               sustainable non-food p...
Activity 2.3 - Biotechnologies                                                                                       Overv...
Activity 2.3 - Biotechnologies                   2.3.2. Marine and fresh-water biotechnology      Overview    ●   Some on-...
Activity 2.3 - Biotechnologies                                                                                 Overview   ...
Activity 2.3 - Biotechnologies                                                                             Overview       ...
Activity 2.3 - Biotechnologies                                                                               Overview     ...
Director Maive Rute                            maive.rute@ec.europa.eu                          Horizontal aspects and Co...
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Presentacion de las oportunidades de cooperación alimentación, agricultura, pesca y biotecnologias

  1. 1. New opportunities for scientific cooperation between Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest and aquatic environment” “Fork to farm”: Food (including sea-food), health and well being Life sciences, biotechnologies and biochemistry for sustainable non- food products and processes Dietlind Jering Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, Aquaculture Research & Innovation DG European CommissionMarch 2011 1
  2. 2. FP7 Cooperation programmes Theme 2 Food, Agriculture and Fisheries and Biotechnology € 1935March 2011 2
  3. 3. 2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB Priorities and overview • Driving forces: ► Tackling the growing need for food and biomass ► Coping with climate change, population dynamics, change in demand and resource depletion, ensuring a resilient food chain ► Making the most of our seas and ocean resources • The WP addresses 4 Challenges : ►Sustainable primary production; mitigating and adapting to climate change ►Low carbon and resource efficient industry ►Food security and safety for Europe and beyond ►Socially inclusive and healthy EuropeMarch 2011 3
  4. 4. 2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB International cooperation• International Cooperation: ►All topics open to international participants ► Twinning of projects continues ►2 SICAs on “Conversion of bio-waste in developing countries” and on “Novel protein sources” (one contributing to MDGs) ►3rd country participation encouraged in 5 topics (one contributing to MDGs) March 2011 4
  5. 5. Twinning of projects  Good examples given e.g. by Argentina which is opening up to other countries in the region  Serves the promoting of international cooperation  With third countries that have signed bilateral S&T agreements with the European Union, ● allows collaboration between projects under Theme 2 of FP7 and projects from related research programmes in these third countries on the basis of mutual benefit and reciprocity. Activities that could be expected are for instance: ● short term exchanges / visits of researchers and students; ● setting up of common working groups; ● joint scientific papers; ● organisation of workshops; ● common procedures and protocols; ● common literature reviews; ● data, information, knowledge and material sharing.  Costs of these activities are expected to be approximately 1% of the total European Union contribution to these projects.March 2011 5
  6. 6. 2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB Introducing innovation • Emphasis on “from discovery to demonstration”. Several topics require or encourage: ► Proof-of-concept and demonstration activities ► Knowledge transfer and dissemination actions ► Standardisation activities • Several topics specifically focus on the exploitation of research results of former FP projectsMarch 2011 6
  7. 7. 2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB Actions to ensure SME participation ● Continued focus on strengthening SME participation: ► SMEs as key players to foster innovation ► Almost 20% of budget earmarked for SME participants ► A majority of topics have ring-fenced budget for SMEs EU contribution for SMEs varies from 10% up to 75 % of topics’ budgetMarch 2011 7
  8. 8. 2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB CALL PUBLICATION ►Publication of the Work Programme on DG R&I participants’ portal on 20 July: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/page/home ►Info Day coupled with brokerage event on 15 July in Brussels http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/kbbe/home_en.html ►Publication of the list of SO in charge of topics to provide assistance to potential applicants on the bio-based economy portal of DG R&IMarch 2011 8
  9. 9. 2012 WP - COOPERATION - FAFB Priorities and overview •Funds projects in three activities: KBBE - Activity 2.2 “Fork to farm”: Food (including sea-food), health and well being KBBE - Activity 2.3 KBBE - Activity 2.1 Life sciences, biotechnology Sustainable production and and biochemistry for management of sustainable non-food biological resources from land, products and processes forest and aquatic environmentsMarch 2011 9
  10. 10. FP7 KBBE - Activity 2.1 Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest and aquatic environments • Enabling research • Increased sustainability of all production systems (agriculture, forestry, fisheries and aquaculture); plant health and crop protection • Optimised animal health, production and welfare across agriculture, fisheries and aquaculture • Socio-economic research and support to policiesMarch 2011 10
  11. 11. WP2012 – Main features of Activity 2.1 International Cooperation  All topics are open to international cooperation  No ‘SICA’ topic but a number of topics particularly focused on international dimension, e.g.: African Swine Fever KBBE-2012.1.3-02; Neglected zoonoses in Africa KBBE.2012.1.4-03; Volatility of agricultural commodity markets KBBE.2012.1.4- 05; International comparisons of product supply chains KBBE.2012.1.4-09March 2011 11
  12. 12. WP2012 – Main features of Activity 2.1 Innovation, Technology Transfer, Dissemination A number of topics are focused on innovative technologies, and/or include field testing, demonstration activities, pilot operations, validation, or technology transfer, notably: KBBE.2012.1.1-02 on Precision livestock farming (incl. extensive field tests) KBBE.2012.1.1-03 on Precision technologies to improve irrigation management (incl. testing of innovative technologies) KBBE.2012.1.2.01 on logistics for lignocellulosic biomass (incl. demonstration at industrial pilot scale) KBBE.2012.1.2-03 on plant growth-promoting effectors (incl. plan for field demonstration trials) KBBE.2012.1.2-04 on vineyard agronomic management (incl. secure technology transfer and best agronomic practices) KBBE.2012.1.2-09 on the role of marine benthic ecosystems in fisheries management (incl. developing and testing innovative technologies and management tools; demonstration and trials) KBBE.2012.1.3-02 on African Swine Fever (incl. technology transfer activities) KBBE.2012.1.4-04 on management practices and alternative treatments for animal health in organic farming systems (incl. test new farming techniques) Several topics dedicated to dissemination: KBBE.2012.1.2.11 on bridging the gap between science and producers to support the European marine mollusc production sector KBBE.2012.1.4-02 on boosting translation of FP projects’ results into innovative applications KBBE.2012.1.4-03 on media material targeting decision makers/end users for NZMarch 2011 12
  13. 13. Topics (1/5)Activity/ Area Topics called Funding SchemesActivity 2.1: Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forestand aquatic environment.Area 2.1.1: Enabling researchKBBE-2012.1.1-01: Improving seeds for agriculture and conservation activities CP-FPKBBE-2012.1-1-02: Animal and farm-centric approach to precision livestock farming in Europe CP-IP (SME 25%)KBBE-2012.1-1-03: Precision technologies to improve irrigation management and increase water CP-IP (SME 25%)productivity in major water-demanding crops in EuropeArea 2.1.2: Increased sustainability of all production systems (agriculture, forestry,Fisheries and aquaculture); plant health and crop protectionKBBE-2012.1.2-01: Development of new or improved logistics for lignocellulosic biomass harvest, CP-FP (SME 25%), up tostorage and transport 3 projectsKBBE-2012.1.2-02: Managing semi-natural habitats and on-farm biodiversity to optimise ecological CP-FP, up to 2 projectsservicesKBBE-2012.1.2-03: Plant growth-promoting bio-effectors (microorganisms and active natural CP-IP (SME 15%)compounds) for alternative plant nutrition strategies in non-leguminous crops.March 2011Not legally binding 13
  14. 14. Topics (2/5)Activity/ Area Topics called Funding SchemesActivity 2.1: Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forestand aquatic environment (cont.)Area 2.1.2: Increased sustainability of all production systems (agriculture, forestry,Fisheries and aquaculture); plant health and crop protection (cont.)KBBE-2012.1.2-04: Vineyard agronomic management and optimised production systems for improved CP-IP (SME 35%)grape quality to reinforce competitiveness of the winegrowing sectorKBBE-2012-1.2-05: Development of seed testing methods for pests and pathogens of plant health CP-FPconcernKBBE-2012-1.2-06: Multipurpose trees and non-wood forest products for an innovative forestry in rural CP-IP (SME 25%)areasKBBE.2012.1.2-07: Development of management strategies for planted and managed forests to CP-FPincrease mitigation capacityKBBE.2012.1.2-09: Integrating the role of benthic ecosystems in fisheries management (The Ocean of CP-IP (SME 15%)Tomorrow) CP-IP (SME 15%)KBBE.2012.1.2-10: Prevention and mitigation of major diseases of cultured fish speciesMarch 2011 14
  15. 15. Topics (3/5)Activity/ Area Topics called Funding SchemesActivity 2.1: Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forestand aquatic environment (cont.)Area 2.1.2: Increased sustainability of all production systems (agriculture, forestry,Fisheries and aquaculture); plant health and crop protection (cont.)KBBE.2012.1.2-11: Bridging the gap between science and producers to support the European marine CSA (coord.) (SMEmollusc production sector 25%)KBBE.2012.1.2-12: Providing molecular tools for assessing and monitoring the potential genetic impact CP-FP (SME 15%)of aquaculture on native populations (The Ocean of Tomorrow)March 2011 15
  16. 16. Topics (4/5)Activity/ Area Topics called Funding SchemesActivity 2.1: Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forestand aquatic environments. (cont.)Area 2.1.3: Optimised animal health, production and welfare across agriculture, fisheriesand aquacultureKBBE-2012.1.3-01: Development and evaluation of scientific methodologies for cost-effective risk- CP-FP (SME 15%)based animal health surveillance CP-IP (SME 15%)KBBE-2012.1.3-02: Targeted research effort on African swine feverKBBE-2012.1.3-03: Monogastrics Feed Efficiency - Efficiency of livestock digestive systems and CP-IP (SME 15%)reduction of the ecological footprint through a combination of systems biology, omics andnutrition CP-FP (SME 15%), up to 2KBBE-2012.1.3-04: Optimised terrestrial farm animal reproduction systems and/or technologies projectsArea 2.1.4: Socio-economic research and support to policiesKBBE-2012.1.4-01: Design of a systems analysis tools framework for the EU bio-based economy CSA (support)strategyKBBE-2012.1.4-02: Boosting the translation of FP projects results into innovative applications in CP-FP (SME 75%), up to 3the field of agriculture, forestry, fisheries and aquaculture projectsMarch 2011 16
  17. 17. Topics (5/5)Activity/ Area Topics called Funding SchemesActivity 2.1: Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forestand aquatic environments. (cont.)Area 2.1.4: Socio-economic research and support to policies (cont.) CSA (Support) (SME 25%)KBBE-2012.1.4-03: Advocacy and informational material for different media targeting decisionmakers at different levels and end-users in Africa in the fight against neglected zoonotic diseasesKBBE-2012.1.4-04: Improved management practices and alternative treatments to improve animal CP-FPhealth in organic farming systemsKBBE-2012.1.4-05: Volatility of agricultural commodity markets CP-FP CP-FP (SME 15%), up to 2KBBE-2012.1.4-06: Short chain delivery of food for urban-peri-urban areas projectsKBBE-2012.1.4-07: Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation Systems for an inclusive Europe CSA (support)KBBE-2012.1.4-08: Development and application of methodologies and tools, including indicators, CP-FPfor the assessment of environmental impacts of rural development programmes in the EUKBBE-2012.1.4-09: International comparisons of product chains in the agro-food sectors: CP-FPdeterminants of their competitiveness and performance on EU and international marketsMarch 2011Not legally binding 17
  18. 18. FP7 KBBE - Activity 2.2 “Fork to farm”: Food (including sea-food), health and well being • Consumers • Nutrition • Food processing • Food quality and safety • Environmental impacts and total food chainMarch 2011 18
  19. 19. WP2012 KBBE Activity 2.2 FOOD: Consumers Role of health-related symbols €3 and claims in consumer FP social innovation mio behaviourMarch 2011 19
  20. 20. WP2012 KBBE Activity 2.2 FOOD: Nutrition Beneficial effects of bioactive 2x€ IP 25% for SMEs compounds in humans 6 mio Study on the need for food and €2 CSA ERA health research infrastructures mio Impact of lifestyle on well-being €9 IP AU, CD, NZ, US and diet-related disease mioMarch 2011 20
  21. 21. WP2012 KBBE Activity 2.2 FOOD: Food Processing €3 Feed production from food waste FP mio Exploitation of FP project results in 5x€ food processing by small and FP 75% for SMEs 1 mio medium-sized enterprises Automation in food packaging €9 IP systems mio Personalised approaches to food 2 x € 35% for SMEs; FP production and distribution 3 mio social innovation Insects as novel sources of €3 FP SICA proteins mioMarch 2011 21
  22. 22. WP2012 KBBE Activity 2.2 FOOD: Food Quality and Safety Contaminants in seafood and €4 FP 10% for SMEs their impact on public health mio Food safety and quality issues €4 FP 30% for SMEs; Asia related to parasites in seafood mio Strengthening cooperation for €1 CSA all countries global food safety research mio Towards evidence-based risk €9 IP 15% for SMEs management of food allergies mio Post-market monitoring of €1 GMOs based on CSA mio epidemiological studiesMarch 2011 22
  23. 23. WP2012 KBBE Activity 2.2 FOOD: Environmental Impacts and Total Food Chain Microbially safe water for €9 IP 25% for SMEs human consumption mio Optimising food use for social €4 CSA social innovation innovation mio A comparative analysis of €3 global versus local food supply FP social innovation mio systemsMarch 2011 23
  24. 24. FP7 KBBE - Activity 2.3 Life sciences, biotechnology and biochemistry for sustainable non-food products and processes • Novel sources of biomass and bioproducts • Marine and fresh-water biotechnology • Industrial biotechnology • Biorefinery • Environmental biotechnology • Emerging trends in biotechnologyMarch 2011 24
  25. 25. Activity 2.3 - Biotechnologies Overview 2.3.1. Novel sources of biomass and bioproducts  Some on-going activities 2007-2010 • Energy crops: Sweet sorghum. Jatropha. Poplar. Improving plant cell walls, Perennial Grasses • Industrial products: Value added oils. Rubber and latex crops. Plant polymers. Flax and hemp • High-value products: Vaccines. Plant terpenoids. Carotenoids • Biomass availability for industrial applications ( India Partnership Initiative biomass/biowaste) FP7-KBBE-2012-6 KBBE.2012.3.1-01: Improved water stress tolerance of crop plants KBBE.2012.3.1-02: Multipurpose crops for industrial bioproducts and biomass; KBBE.2012.3.1-03: EU – China Partnering Initiative on fibre cropsMarch 2011 – Mandatory China 25
  26. 26. Activity 2.3 - Biotechnologies 2.3.2. Marine and fresh-water biotechnology Overview ● Some on-going activities 2007-2010 ● Algae: Microalgae. Genetic improvement of algae for added value products. ● Bioprospecting: Marine metagenomics. Bioactive compounds. Sponges. Marine fungi. Marine microbial communities (OCEAN-2011) ● Biosensors: Aquatic biosensors: Toxins, pathogens and pollutants FP7-KBBE-2012-6 KBBE.2012.3.2-01: Innovative marine biodiscovery pipelines for novel industrial products KBBE.2012.3.2-02: Improved cultivation efficiency of marine microorganismsMarch 2011 26
  27. 27. Activity 2.3 - Biotechnologies Overview 2.3.3. Industrial biotechnology  Some on-going activities 2007-2010 • Enzymes: Lipid enz. Oxidative enz. Cellulases. In-silico design. Amyloenz. Glycosides • Pathway engineering: Lantibiotic Production. Industrial chemical synthesis • Bioreactors: Biocatalytic cascade •Biotechnology for novel compounds (FP – up to 2) •Biocatalysis for chiral compounds (IP) FP7-KBBE-2012-6 •KBBE.2012.3.3-01: Overcoming hurdles for innovation in industrial biotechnology in Europe •KBBE.2012.3.3-02: Support to standardisation for bio-based products •KBBE.2012.3.3-03: Mastering integration and intensification of bioprocessesMarch 2011 27
  28. 28. Activity 2.3 - Biotechnologies Overview 2.3.4. Biorefinery ● Some on-going activities 2007-2010 ● Plant cell wall deconstruction: Pre-treatment. Hydrolysis ● Biofuels: Bioethanol from lignocellulose ● Bioresidues into bioproducts: Animal waste, Bark and forest residues ● Cross-cutting: Sustainability certification schemes ● Joint Call (KBBE, Energy, Environment, NMP): Multidisciplinary and whole chain. ●Biowastes into bioproducts (FP - up to 3) FP7-KBBE-2012-6 ● KBBE.2012.3.4-01: Conversion of bio-waste in developing countries – SICA (African ACP, Mediterranean Partner Countries) ●KBBE.2012.3.4-02: Biotechnology for novel biopolymersMarch 2011 28
  29. 29. Activity 2.3 - Biotechnologies Overview 2.3.5. Environmental biotechnology  Some on-going activities 2007-2010 • Bioremediation: Bioremed. of underground, wastewater and soil. Mediterranean Sea PHA. Pesticides, pharmaceuticals. Trace elements. Africa water supply • Bioexploration: Metagenomics for degradation of compounds. Novel hydrolases. •GM crops in the EU – environ. economic impacts (IP) •FP7-KBBE-2012-6 KBBE.2012.3.5-01: Innovative biotechnologies for tackling oil spill disasters (The Ocean of Tomorrow) KBBE.2012.3.5-02: Biotechnological solutions for the degradation of synthetic polymeric materials (The Ocean of Tomorrow) KBBE.2012.3.5-03: Biotechnological waste water treatments and reuse in agronomical systems KBBE.2012.3.5-04: Verification of GMO risk assessment elements and review and communication of evidence collected on the biosafety of GMOMarch 2011 29
  30. 30. Director Maive Rute maive.rute@ec.europa.eu  Horizontal aspects and Coordination Unit Dr Antonio Di Giulio, Head of Unit  antonio.di-giulio@ec.europa.eu  Biotechnologies Dr Alfredo Aguilar, Head of Unit Contacts alfredo.aguilar-romanillos@ec.europa.eu  Food, Health & Well-being Dr Pierre Mathy, Head of Unit  pierre.mathy@ec.europa.eu  Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, Aquaculture Dr Timothy Hall, Head of Unit timothy.hall@ec.europa.eu  Administration and Finances Dr Georgios Vlahopoulos, Head of Unit georgios.vlahopoulos@ec.europa.euMarch 2011 Not legally binding 23 30

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