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Title: Patermann presentation at EURAGRI


1
Research tools What Europe should provide
XIX Euragri Members Conference York, 23
September 2005
Christian Patermann Directorate Biotechnology,
Agriculture, Food Research DG Research European
Commission
2
EURAGRI EC EURAGRI joint conferences
  • 2005, Brussels Science and Society How to adapt
    and use the knowledge base for an optimal
    functioning of the food-health-agriculture system
    in the EU
  • 2003, Athens New vision on European Food and
    Agricultural Research
  • 2002, Brussels Science and Society How can
    research on food and agriculture in Europe better
    respond to citizens expectations and demands?
  • 2000, Versailles Agricultural Research in the
    European Research Area


3
Implementing the results of these conferences
Tools on European level
  • Better cooperation within the agricultural
    knowledge base in Europe
  • Permanent tools
  • The launch of the new SCAR
  • EURAGRI
  • From FP6 to FP7
  • ERA-Nets
  • Technology Platforms
  • Project funding Food Quality and Safety,
    Scientific Support to Policies


4
  • Tools for the future FP7
  • Networks of Excellence and collaborative research
  • ERA-Net plus
  • Joint Technology initiative
  • Funding of infrastructures
  • European Research Council


5
The launch of the new SCAR
  • Main role for SCAR
  • Support the Commission and MS towards better
    coordination of agricultural research across the
    ERA
  • This will involve
  • Strategic discussions on the agricultural
    research agenda in Europe in the long term (FP7
    and beyond)
  • Enhanced cooperation between MS (joint research
    programmes, common infrastructures)
  • Research agenda in scientific support to the CAP
  • Exchange of information with complementary
    mechanisms under EU Framework Programmes


6
Main conclusions from the SCAR meeting of 2-3
February 2005
  • Priority topics for a Common Research Agenda
  • Mapping infrastructures / institutions /
    activities
  • Development of a prototype for a SCAR web portal
  • Establishment of a permanent SCAR Working Group


7
Main conclusions from the SCAR meeting of 9-10
June 2005 Towards a Common Research Agenda
  • Agreement on priority topics
  • Strategic discussions on the agricultural
    research agenda in Europe based on existing and
    possible future coordination fora (e.g. ERA-Nets,
    Technology Platforms, Networks of Excellence)
  • Identified areas for possible cooperation between
    Member States
  • Establishment of collaborative working groups
  • Commitment for coordinating CWGs on 13 themes
  • SCAR input to FP7
  • Discussion paper on FP7


8
Mapping of EU agriculture research capacity
  • Mapping infrastructures a draft paper
  • Identification of key-agriculture infrastructures
    of EU relevance
  • Sharing existing infrastructures among MS
    research teams
  • Targeted proposals for future activities of SCAR
  • Links with ESFRI
  • Mapping activities a project
  • Building on EU-funded projects from recent calls
    (e.g. SSP4 Mapping and foresight of the EU
    agricultural research capacity)
  • Mapping institutions a website
  • Development of a prototype for a SCAR web portal
    building on existing EU websites and linking with
    relevant MS/institution


9
Standing Committee for Agricultural Research
(SCAR) main challenges
  • Towards a Common Research Agenda
  • Examples of priority topics for collaborative
    working groups
  • ICT and robotics in agriculture DK
  • Renewable raw materials for non-food industry DE
  • Animal health UK
  • Agricultural and sustainable development FR
  • Sustainable livestock production from grasslands
    IE
  • Mediterranean agriculture IT
  • Functional animal foods BE
  • Ecological networks and corridors NL, FR
  • Enzyme biotechnology in Food and agro-industrial
    processing DK
  • Human nutrition FR, NL
  • Drought and disease resistant crops HU
  • Advanced technologies for climatic control of
    greenhouses and livestock housing IL
  • Development of sustainable agriculture in the
    Baltic Sea region PL
  • European infrastructures
  • Proposals for critical large scale
    infrastructures
  • Genetic and biological resource centres

10
Next steps
  • Fourth meeting of the SCAR-WG 29 September 2005
  • Third meeting of the new SCAR 1-2 December
    2005
  • Report to the European Parliament and to the
    Council in 2006 ?
  • Article 11 Council Regulation N 1728/74


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Research Tools - What Europe should provide
ERA-net
  • Some ERA-nets in Agricultural Research
  • European Research Area on plant genomics (CA)
  • Towards sustainable integration of animal welfare
    in food production (SSA)
  • Processing for food safety (SSA)
  • Food Safety Forming a European platform for
    protecting consumers against health risks (CA)
  • Pan-European pro-active identification of
    emerging risks in the field of food production
    (SSA)
  • Networking and integration of national programmes
    in the area of wood material science and
    engineering (SSA)
  • Towards a European-wide exchange network for
    improving dissemination of integrated water
    resources management research (SSA)
  • Coordination of European Transnational Research
    in Organic Food and Farming (CA)
  • Agricultural Research for Development (CA)
  • Bioenergy (CA)

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Research Tools - What Europe should provide -
Technology Platforms - Overall Concept
Stakeholders, led by industry, getting together
to define a Strategic Research Agenda on a number
of strategically important issues with high
societal relevance where achieving Europes
future growth, competitiveness and sustainability
objectives is dependent upon major research and
technological advances in the medium to long
term.
The
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Technology Platforms Central Concept
  • Framework to unite stakeholders around
  • A common VISION for the technology concerned.
  • Mobilisation of a CRITICAL MASS of research and
    innovation effort.
  • Definition of a STRATEGIC RESEARCH AGENDA.

14
Technology Platform Plant Genomics and
Biotechnology
  • Stakeholders EuropaBio EPSO (plant science)
    Copa-Cogeca (farmers) BEUC (consumers) other
    NGOs food, feed and seed industries research
    organisations
  • Vision paper Plants for the future (June 2004)
  • Strategic research agenda 1st draft to be
    presented in June 2005 Member States
    consultation events mid 2005-early 2006
  • Website http//www.epsoweb.org/Catalog/TP/
  • Commission contact waldemar.kutt_at_cec.eu.int
  • Status May 2005

15
Technology Platform Animal breeding
  • Stakeholders EFFAB (animal breeders)
    Copa-Cogeca (farmers) Eurogroup (welfare), EAAP
    (science) other NGOs research organisations
  • Vision paper in preparation (Dec 2005)
  • Strategic research agenda 1st draft to be
    presented in 2006
  • Website http//www.faip.info/ (lead industry)
  • Commission contact John.Claxton_at_cec.eu.int
  • Status May 2005

16
Technology Platform Global Animal Health
  • Stakeholders IFAH (animal health industry)
    Copa-Cogeca (farmers) EuropaBio FVE
    (Veterinarians) research organisations
    universities OIE FAO WHO ILRI consumers
    EFSA, CVOs EMEA HMA IABs
  • Vision paper ETP Global Animal Health (interim
    version December 2004, final May 2005)
  • Strategic research agenda in preparation
  • Website http//www.europa.eu.int/comm/research/ag
    riculture/index_en.html
  • Commission contact isabel.minguez-tudela_at_cec.eu.i
    nt
  • Status May 2005

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Technology Platform Food for Life
  • Stakeholders Confederation of the EU Food and
    Drink Industries (CIAA), Food and Drink SMEs, -
    Retailers, Consumers, Copa-Cogeca- Research
    organizations
  • Vision paper Food for Life (June 2005) -
    currently under consultation see website
  • Strategic research agenda 1st draft expected for
    the end of 2005 or early 2006
  • Website/contacts http//www.ciaa.be Jan Maat -
    Jan.Maat_at_unilever.com Daniele Rossi
    -direzione_at_federalimentare.it
  • Commission contact antonio.di-giulio_at_cec.eu.int
  • Status May 2005

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Technology Platform Industrial Biotechnology
(part of CTP)
  • Stakeholders EuropaBioESAB (applied
    biocatalysis section of EFB) Chemical,
    pharmaceutical, food and drinks and feed, pulp
    and paper, textile, detergents, starch, energy
    and agriculture industrial sectors
  • Vision paper Industrial or White Biotechnology
    a driver of sustainable growth in Europe (April
    2005)
  • Strategic research agenda in preparation
  • Website www.suschem.org
  • Commission contact maurice.lex_at_cec.eu.int
  • Status May 2005

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Forestry-based Sector Technology Platform
  • Stakeholders CEPI (paper industry) CEPF (forest
    owners) CEI-BOIS (wood product industry) other
    forest related groups and research organisations
  • Vision paper Innovative and sustainable use of
    forest resources (February 2005)
  • Strategic research agenda input process started
    in April 2005 final version December 2005
  • Website http//www.forestplatform.org
  • Commission contact martin.greimel_at_cec.eu.int
  • Status May 2005

20
Research Tools Research projects FP 6 Food
Quality and Safety -Fourth Call
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FP6 4th Call Deadlines
  • Research projects and networks (IP, NoE,
    STREP, CA)
  • 5 October 2005
  • Specific Support Actions (SSA)
  • 7 September 2005 (Call 3C)
  • 8 February 2006
  • Workprogramme and Call information
    http//fp6.cordis.lu/food/calls.cfm

22
Research Tools Research projects FP 6
Scientific Support to Policies -Fifth Call
  • Research in support of CAPDriving Force CAP
    reform, WTO negotiations
  • Fifth call
  • Research in support of international negotiations
  • Supporting CAP market reform
  • Cross-Compliance
  • Widening the scope of rural development
  • Sustainable agriculture, sustainable forestry
  • Indicative Call publication mid November 2005,
    deadline mid February 2006
  • Further information http//europa.eu.int/comm/res
    earch/fp6/ssp/index_en.htm

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  • The vision of the knowlege based bio-economy in
  • FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME 7

24
Whats new ?
  • Main new elements compared to FP6
  • Annual budget doubled
  • Total EUR 5 billion ?10 billion per year
  • Basic research ( EUR 1.5 billion per year)
  • Simplification of procedures
  • Management
  • ERC (Basic Research)
  • Logistical and administrative tasks transferred
    to external structures
  • Joint Technology Initiatives, Research
    Infrastructures

25
FP7 Specific Programmes (2007-2013)
Cooperation Collaborative research
Ideas Frontier Research
People Human Potential
Capacities Research Capacity

JRC (non-nuclear)
JRC (nuclear)
Euratom
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Cooperation Collaborative research
  • 9 themes
  • Health
  • Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and new
    Production Technologies
  • Energy
  • Environment (including Climate Change)
  • Transport (including Aeronautics)
  • Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities
  • Security and Space

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Cooperation Collaborative research
  • Under each theme there will be sufficient
    flexibility to address
  • both Emerging needs and Unforeseen policy needs
  • Dissemination of knowledge and transfer of
    results will be supported in all thematic areas
  • Support will be implemented across all themes
    through

Collaborative research (Collaborative projects
Networks of Excellence Coordination/support
actions)
Joint Technology Initiatives
Coordination of non-Community research
programmes (ERA-NET ERA-NET Article 169)
International Cooperation
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Joint Technology Initiatives
Global Monitoring for Environment and Security
Hydrogen and Fuel Cells for a Sustainable
Energy Future
Aeronautics and Air Transport
Towards new Nanoelectronics Approaches
Innovative Medicines for the Citizens of Europe
Embedded systems
Other possible themes to be identified later
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THE EUROPEAN KNOWLEDGE-BASED BIOECONOMY
QUALITY ASSURANCE STRATEGIES TRACEABILITY,
CONSUMER SCIENCE
STABILITY - BIODEGRADABILITY FUNCTIONALITY
(Chirality)
SOCIETAL NEEDS
Life sciences biotechnology for sustainable
non- food products processes
WHITE BIOTECH CLEAN BIOPROCESSES RAW
MATERIALS/WASTE
PROCESSING
ADVANCED FOOD TECHNOLOGIES, FOOD QUALITY
DETERMINANTS, NUTRITION
GREEN/BLUE BIOTECH OPTIMISED RAW MATERIALS
PRODUCTION
LOW INPUT FARMING - BIODIVERSITY ANIMAL HEALTH -
RURAL DEVT.
Sustainable production and management of
biological resources from land, forest, and
aquatic environments
30
Activity 1 Sustainable biological resources
from land, forest, and aquatic environments
  • Enabling research (omics, converging
    technologies, biodiversity) for micro-organism,
    plants and animals
  • Improved crops and production systems incl.
    organic farming
  • Sustainable, competitive and multifunctional
    agriculture, forestry and rural development
  • Animal welfare, breeding and production
  • Infectious diseases in animals, including
    zoonoses
  • Policy tools for agriculture and rural
    development

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Activity 2 Fork to farm- Food, health and well
being
  • Consumer, societal, industrial and health aspects
    of food and feed
  • Nutrition, diet related diseasesand disorders
  • Innovative food and feed processing
  • Improved quality and safety of food, beverage
    and feed
  • Total food chain concept
  • Traceability

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Activity 3 Life sciences and biotechnology for
sustainable non-food products and processes
  • Improved crops, feed-stocks, marine products and
    biomass for energy, environment, and high added
    value industrial products novel farming systems
  • Bio-catalysis new bio-refinery concepts
  • Forestry and forest based products and processes
  • Environmental remediation and cleaner processing

33
Ideas Frontier Research
ERC European Research Council
Commission
Scientific Council
  • Preparation of work programme
  • Set up of peer review pool of reviewers,
    nomination of review panels, evaluation
    guidelines
  • Oversight of the evaluation procedure
  • Annual scientific report
  • Approval of work programme, as defined by the
    Scientific Council
  • Instruction to implement work programme
  • Approval of annual implementation report
  • Information to programme committee

Externalised tasks
  • Information and support to applicants
  • Reception / eligibility of proposals
  • Organisation and execution of evaluation
  • Selection decision
  • Scientific and financial follow-up of contracts
  • Annual implementation report

Created by Commission decision
Under the responsibility of the Commission
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People Human Potential
Initial training of researchers Marie Curie
Networks
Life-long training and career development Individu
al Fellowships Co-financing of
regional/national/international programmes
Industry-academia pathways and partnerships Indust
ry-Academia Scheme
International dimension Outgoing International
Fellowships Incoming International
Fellowships International Cooperation Scheme
Reintegration grants
Specific actions Excellence awards
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Capacities Research Capacity
  • 6 parts
  • Research Infrastructures
  • Research for the benefit of SMEs
  • Regions of Knowledge
  • Research Potential
  • Science in Society
  • Activities of International Cooperation

36
FP7 budget(EUR billion, 2004 constant prices)
37
FP7 2007-2013Cooperation budget
More on the budget
38
FP7 Timetable
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