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Title: From Food Quality and Safety in fp6 to Food, Agriculture, Fisheries and Biotechnology in fp7


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From Food Quality and Safety in fp6 to
Food, Agriculture, Fisheries and
Biotechnology in fp7
USAMV Bucharest Prof. Mona Elena POPA (BIO
NCP)Galati, 6 martie 2007
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Food Quality and Safety
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The Sixth Framework Programme
Anticipating S/T Needs
Priority Thematic Areas
Scientific support to policies
New and emerging S/T needs
Life Sciences, genomics biotechnology for
health
Food quality and safety
Information society technol.
Sustainable development ...
SME activities
Citizens governance
Nanotechnologies ...
Aeronautics and space
international cooperation
JRC



Structuring the ERA
Strengthening the foundations of ERA
Research Innovation
Training Mobility
Research Infrastructures
Science Society
4
Food Quality and Safety
Fork-to-Farm
685 M over the four years
5
Results Achievements
  • Rata de succes pe prioritate 16,74 (proiecte
    depuse pe prioritate 1021 / proiecte finantate pe
    prioritate 171).

6
Results Achievements
  • Rata de succes pentru Romania 11,11 (proiecte
    depuse RO 162, 247 participari / numar de
    contracte RO 18).

7
Results Achievements
  • Procentul de proiecte cu participare romaneasca
    10,52 (171 proiecte finantate pe prioritate /
    18 proiecte cu participare romaneasca)

8
Results Achievements
  • Tipul organizatiilor participante 50 institute
    de cercetare, 27,77 universitati, 22,23 SMEs.

9
Results Achievements
  • Procentul contractelor in functie de tipul de
    instrumente 66,66 SSAs, 11,11 IPs, 11,11
    STREPs, 11,11 CAs.

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SUCCESSFUL UNIVERSITIES (1st 2nd calls)
  • University of Agricultural Sciences and
    Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest
  • OPTIMILK SSA (FP 6-2002-Food-1)
  • Quality safety and value optimization of
    the milk supply chain in Central and Easter
    European Markets
  • University of Agricultural Sciences and
    Veterinary Medicine, Banat
  • TECARE SSA (FP 6-2003-Food-2A)
  • Trans regional Cooperative Platform for
    Competitiveness in Agro food Research and
    SMEs
  • Source European Commission

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SUCCESSFUL INSTITUTES (1st 2nd calls)
  • Institute of Biology and Animal Nutrition,
    Balotesti
  • CEC ANIMAL SCIENCE SSA (FP 6-2002-Food-1)
  • Supporting animal science in Central
    Europe Candidate Countries
  • FEED FOR PIG HEALTH STREP (FP
    6-2002-Food-1)
  • Development of natural alternatives to
    antimicrobials for the control of pig health and
    promotion of performance support to animal
    science
  • Institute of Public Health Iuliu Moldovan, Cluj
    Napoca
  • SAFEFOODNET SSA (FP 6-2003-Food-2A)
  • Chemical Food Safety Network for the
    enlarging Europe
  • Institute of Biochemistry , Romanian Academy
  • BIOEXPLOIT IP (FP 6-2003-Food-2A)
  • Exploitation of natural plant biodiversity
    for pesticide free production of food
  • Source European Commission

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SUCCESSFUL INSTITUTES (1st 2nd calls)
  • Institute of Agricultural Research, Fundulea
  • CHANNEL SSA (FP 6-2003-ACC-SSA-Food)
  • Operating channels of Communication
    between the ACCs and the EU in Ecological
    Farming
  • Institute of Food Bioresources
  • CEC ANIMAL SCIENCE SSA (FP 6-2002-Food-1)
  • Supporting animal science in Central Europe
    Candidate Countries
  • TRAINNET FUTURE SSA (FP 6-2002-Food-1)
  • Training networks for NCPs and support
    organizations with special focus in ACCs in the
    areas of FQS
  • FOODLINK SSA (FP 6-2003-ACC-SSA-General)
  • Linking ACCs and EU MS food sectors with
    higher level of participation in the FP 6
    projects
  • Source European Commission

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SUCCESSFUL SMEs
  • SC PROPLANTA SA
  • GRUBS UP - CA (FP 6-2003-Food-2A)
  • Recycling and up grading wastes from food
    production for use within the food chain
  • SC FRUTEX SA
  • GRUBS UP CA (FP 6-2003-Food-2A)
  • Recycling and up grading wastes from food
    production for use within the food chain
  • Mondo Consulting Training srl
  • QUALITYMEAT (FP 6-2003-ACC-SSA-FOOD)
  • Survey on the research landscape in the ACCs
    for monitoring and promoting good quality meat
    production, the whole food chain from farm to
    fork of poultry and pork meat
  • Source European Commission

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Successful organizations within 3rd call
  • National Institute for Biological Sciences
  • Nutra-Snacks (FP6-2004-Food3B) STREP
  • Ready-to-eat food for breakfast and sport
    activity with high content of nutraceutics
    preventing disease and promoting public health
  • ANYSOFT S.A.
  • Infood Network (FP 6-2004-Food-3-A) SSASharing
    information in food related environmental, safety
    and traceability aspects among European
    small-medium farms

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Successful organizations within 3rd call
  • University of Agricultural Sciences and
    Veterinary Medicine Cluj Napoca
  • INPLISTA (FP6-2004-Food-3-C) SSA
  • Information Platform on International
    Standards for SMEs in the food sector
  • Institute of Food Bioresources
  • Meda go to Europe (FP6-2004-Food-3-C) SSA
  • Enhancing the participation of Mediteranean
    countries in the area of Food Quality and Safety
    in the Framework Program 7

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Successful organizations within 4th call
  • Dunarea de Jos Galati University
  • BIOTRACE (FP6-2004-Food-4-A) IP
  • Improved bio-traceability of unintended
    microorganisms and their subsyances in food and
    feed chain
  • Institute of Biology and Animal Nutrition,
    Balotesti
  • FEEDSEG (FP6-2004-Food-4-C) SSA
  • Healthy Feed for Safety - Dissemination of
    research results of EC funded research on feed
    quality
  • Dunarea de Jos Galati University.
  • SC KAVIAR HOUSE
  • SUSTAINAQ (FP6-2004-Food-4-C) SSA
  • Sustainable aquaculture production through
    the use of recirculation systems

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ERA-NETs in Biotechnology-related areas
  • Plant Genomics ERA-PG
  • Systems Biology - ERASysBio
  • Phytosanitary Research - EUPHRESCO
  • Wood Material Sciences WOODWISDOM-NET
  • Industrial Biotechnology ERA-IB
  • Agricultural Research for Development ARD
  • Organic Food and Farming CORE-ORGANIC
  • Food safety SAFEFOODERA
  • SME projects in Biotechnology EUROTRANSBIO
  • Societal aspects of genomics ERA-SAGE

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The European agriculture and food research
landscape
  • www.agrifoodresearch.net

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FP7 (2007-2013) The Structure
Cooperation Collaborative research
Ideas Frontier Research (ERC)
People Marie Curie Actions
Capacities Research Capacity

JRC non-nuclear research
Euratom direct actions JRC nuclear research
Euratom indirect actions nuclear fusion and
fission research
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FP7 Cooperation 10 Themes
  • Health
  • Food, Agriculture, Fishery and Biotechnology
  • Information and communication technologies
  • Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materialsand new
    production technologies
  • Energy
  • Environment (including climate change)
  • Transport (including aeronautics)
  • Socio-economic sciences and the humanities
  • Space
  • Security
  • Euratom Fusion energy research, nuclear
    fission and radiation protection

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FP7 Thematic 2 - 1935 Euro mil 3 Activities
2.1. Sustainable production and management of
biological resources from land, forest, and
aquatic environments
  • 2.2. Fork to farm Food, health and well being

2.3. Life sciences, biotechnology and
biochemistry for sustainable non-food products
and processes
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Activity 2.2 Fork to Farm
Health and well- being of consumers
Consumers
Nutrition
Nutritional value / digestion / health impacts
Processing
Quality Safety
Organoleptic impact
Chain/Environment
Safe, high-quality foods
Preparation
Storage / transport / retail
Processing
Production systems Agriculture / Fisheries /
Aquaculture
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Activity 2.2 Fork to farm-Food, health and
well being
  • Consumer, societal, industrial and health
    aspectsof food and feed
  • Nutrition, diet-related diseases and disorders,
    nutrigenomics, food development
  • Innovative food and feed processing
    andpackaging, smart control, waste management
  • Improved quality and assured microbiological and
    chemical safety of food, beverage and
    feed,detection methods, risk governance
  • Environmental impacts on/of the food chain,total
    food chain concept

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Area 2.2.1 Consumers
  • Networking of food consumer science in Europe and
    development and application of social and
    behavioural sciences to food research
  • Developing research tools for food consumer
    science in the Western Balkan Countries
  • Food labelling and consumer behaviour
  • Taste, cognitive perception and mood
  • Assessment of intervention measures aimed at
    promoting healthy eating habits
  • Risk perception and communication in the food
    chain and the role of the media
  • Applying behavioural models for the prevention of
    obesity, with a particular focus on children

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Area 2.2.2 Nutrition
  • Effect of diet on mental performance of children
  • Impact of diet on ageing
  • Malnutrition in developing countries
  • Optical technologies for monitoring the human
    nutrition status and the onset of
    nutrition-related health problems
  • Diet for patients in hospitals and at home
    disease-related malnutrition
  • Impact of exogenous factors in the development of
    allergy
  • Diet and its effect on the development of
    intestinal microflora and on the immune system
    through the entire life span

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Area 2.2.2 Nutrition
  • Systems Biology and bioanalytical
  • tools for nutrition research
  • Optimal cell function and nutrition
  • Methodologies and tools to support
  • the prevention of obesity in Mediterranean
  • Partner Countries (SICA)
  • Linking with international databases
  • on food composition and consumption
  • (SICA)
  • Functional foods, natural products
  • and bioactive compounds from the
  • Black Sea region (SICA)

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Area 2.2.3 Food processing
  • Smart control for improved food and feed
    technologies
  • Assessment and improvement of existing food and
    feed technologies
  • (Bio-)Technologies for the production of food
    additives, colorants, and flavours
  • Nano-devices for quality assurance, food safety
    and product properties
  • Harmonising and integrating research on food
    technology, safety and nutrition through commonly
    shared food models
  • Network for facilitating the implementation of
    high-tech processing at industrial scale

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Area 2.2.3 Food processing
  • New solutions for improving
  • refrigeration technologies along
  • the food chain
  • Sustainable processing, water
  • and energy savings
  • Observing and understanding
  • the micro-structure of foods
  • Alternatives for SO2 for
  • food preservation

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Area 2.2.4 Food Quality and Safety
  • Exposure to food additives, flavourings, and
    migrants coming from food contac materials
    Dietary intake models
  • Detecting contaminants in the food and feed chain
  • New methods for the monitoring and control of
    food-borne viruses
  • Innovative and safe packaging
  • Food sampling strategies for risk analysis
  • Protecting animal and human health from prions in
    food, feed and the environment

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Area 2.2.4 Food Quality and Safety
  • Biocides and induced risks
  • of antibiotic resistance in
  • food pathogens
  • Effects of combined exposure
  • to chemicals intentionally added
  • to the food chain

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Area 2.2.5 Environmental impacts and total food
chain
  • Assessment of short and long term effects of GMOs
    on human and animal health
  • Converging technologies and their potential for
    the food area
  • Development and application of computational
    biology as a complementary tool to in vivo and/or
    in vitro trials
  • Sustainability of the food chain
  • Reducing mycotoxin contamination in the food and
    feed chain
  • Assesment of impacts from climate change on food
  • Food chain management
  • Assessment of impacts of scenarios affecting food
    chain management

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Theme 2 Food, Agriculture and Fisheries and
Biotechnology
  • Activity 3 Life sciences, biotechnology and
    biochemistry for sustainable non food products
    and processes.

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3 Sub-areas
  • 1. Improved biomass and plant-based renewables
  • 2. Bioprocessses
  • 3. Environmental biotechnologies
  • use of waste and by-products

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Sub-area 2 Bioprocesses
  • Application of industrial biotechnologies within
    whole crop and forestry to develop new or
    optimise existing biomass feedstocks (e.g.enzymes
    for lignocellulosic biomass or for lipid
    modification)
  • Understanding plant and microbial metabolism and
    its integration into whole systems performance
    for production of commodities
  • Realise the integrated bio-refinery concepts.

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Sub-area 3Environmental biotechnologies use
of waste and by-products
  • Potential for biotechnology to
  • detect, monitor,
  • prevent , treat and remove pollution
  • Turning waste and by-products in to resources

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Life sciences, biotechnology and biochemistry
for sustainable non-food products and processes
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Area 3.1 Improved biomass and plant based
renewables - Call 1
  • Understanding Plant Cell Walls for
  • optimizing Biomass potential
  • Novel plants for energy production
  • Plants providing oils of the future
  • New forest based products and processes

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Area 3.1 Improved biomass and plant based
renewables - Call 1
  • Plant made recombinant pharmaceuticals for
    animals (NoE)
  • Biological Polymers from plants
  • Technical, socio-economic, environmental and
    regulatory aspects of future non-food crop
    systems
  • Identification of optimal
  • terrestrial and aquatic biomass
  • and waste for Bioproducts

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Area 3.2 Bioprocesses Call1
  • Development of cellulases for
  • lignocellulosic biomass pre-treatment
  • Development of enzymes for
  • lipid modification and activation
  • Improved biocatalysts for bioprocesses
  • Study of microbial stress for more robust
    industrial micro-organisms
  • Improved Microbes- Metabolic
  • engineering and modelling

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Area 3.3 Environmental biotechnologies Use of
waste and by-products - Call 1 -
  • The use of Synthetic Biology for the
  • solution of environmental problems
  • Microbial gene expression under
  • condition of stress
  • Novel methods of treatment of animal by-products
    for the production of substances with
    biologically valuable functional properties (SICA
    )

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Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and
Biotechnology research-Whats new!
  • Activity 2 Food, health and well-being ensures
    continuity of FP6 Food quality and safety
    research
  • New Pillar 1 Sustainable production and
    management of biological resources and pillar 3
    Life sciences and biotech for sustainable
    non-food products and processes
  • Some topics under activity 13 partly financed in
    FP4 and FP5 (BIOTECH, FAIR, QoL, etc.), but FP6
    efforts scattered and not of sufficient critical
    mass (some activities under materials, energy and
    environment) providing no synergies
  • Technology platforms in the area of plant
    biotechnology, animal breeding, global animal
    health, forestry, food and industrial
    biotechnology

42
Technology Platforms Concept
  • Central Concept A Framework to unite all
    interested parties in a particular sector or area
    of strategic importance or potential contribution
    to knowledge-based growthMain features
  • a common long-term vision for the technology
    concerned
  • mobilisation of a critical mass of public and
    private research and innovation efforts
  • definition of a Strategic Research Agenda and
    roadmap to realise the common vision
  • A new instrument is proposed for FP7 to support
    ambitious, large-scale research projects through
    large public-private partnerships Joint
    European Technology Initiative
  • Industry-Driven, Competitiveness-Focused

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Technology Platforms in Food, Agriculture and
Biotechnologies
KBBE
Food for life
Industrial Biotechnology
http//etp.ciaa.be
www.cefic.org
  • Global Animal Health

Innovative and Sustainable Use of Forest
Resources
www.ifah.be/Europe/EUPlatform/Platform.htm
Plants for the Future
www.forestplatform.org
www.epsoweb.org
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Technology Platform Food For Life
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Technology Platform Food For Life
  • Stakeholders CIAA (confederation EU food and
    drink industry) COPA-COGECA Food and Drink
    SMEs Research organisations Food
    retailers Consumers
  • Vision paper Food for Life
  • (July 2005)
  • Strategic Research Agenda
  • April 2006 draft SRA now under wide
    consultation
  • March 2007 final
  • Website etp.ciaa.be
  • Contact Point RTDjurgen.lucas_at_ec.europa.eu
    valerio.abbadessa_at_ec.europa.eu

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FP7 First Calls
  • Call identifier FP7-KBBE-2007-1 (1 stage)
  • Date of publication 22 December 2006
  • Closure date 2th May 2007, 1700 Brussels
  • Budget  192 090 000
  • Call identifier FP7-KBBE-2007-2A (2 stages)
  • Date of publication May 2007
  • Closure date mid Sep 2007

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DEFINITII
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Numarul minim de participanti
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Potentiale modele de cost
  • Rambur
  • sarea costurilor eligibile
  • Flat rates
  • Lump sum

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Criterii de eligibilitate
  • Este primit de Comisie inainte de ora mentionata
    pentru data limita
  • Parteneriatul este format din numarul minim de
    entitati mentionate in call
  • Oferta este completa (formularele administrative
    si cele de descriere a proiectului)
  • Continutul propunerii este legat de un anumit
    topic si scheme de finantare, inclusiv anumite
    conditii speciale stabilite in anumite parti
    relevante din programul de lucru (work programme)

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CRITERII DE EVALUARE
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CRITERII DE EVALUARE
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CRITERII DE EVALUARE
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CRITERII DE EVALUARE
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CRITERII DE EVALUARE
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FP 7 si ROMANIA la Bruxelles ROST Romanian
Office for Science and Technologyhttp//www.roste
u.net/ Rue Montoyer
23, 4th floor 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
Tel 0032 2 505 3000 - 9 Fax 0032 2 513
3200
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FP7 Information
  • European Research Portal http//ec.europa.eu/res
    earch
  • General Info on the 7th FP http//ec.europa.eu/re
    search/fp7
  • Specific Info on research programmes and
    projects http//www.cordis.lu/
  • RTD info magazine http//ec.europa.eu/research/rt
    dinfo/
  • General Info requests http//ec.europa.eu/resear
    ch/enquiries/
  • Food Info requests Food_at_ec.europa.eu

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