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European Union – Russia Symposium on S & T Cooperation in Biotechnology Moscow, 14 – 15 March 2005. European Union – Russia Brokerage Event. Dr Christian Patermann Director ‘ Biotechnology – Agriculture - Food ’ European Commission DG Research.

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Dr christian patermann director biotechnology agriculture food european commission

European Union – Russia Symposium on

S & T Cooperation in Biotechnology

Moscow, 14 – 15 March 2005

European Union – Russia

Brokerage Event

Dr Christian Patermann

Director ‘ Biotechnology – Agriculture - Food ’

European Commission

DG Research


International co operation in life sciences and biotechnology

International co-operation inLife Sciences and Biotechnology

Objectives

  • To reinforce the S&T base for European research and competitiveness

  • To help resolving global problems including:

    food safety, health and major transmissible diseases

  • To support the EU Development Aid and External policies

  • To promote co-operation with countries having

    established S&T co-operation agreements with the EU


International co operation in life sciences and biotechnology1

International co-operation inLife Sciences and Biotechnology

Basic principles

  • International co-operation is supported in all areas within

    • Priority 1 - ‘Life sciences, genomics and biotechnology for health’ – and

    • Priority 5 ‘Food Quality and Safety’

  • Co-operation with organisations from

    • INCO target countries, and

    • countries with Scientific and Technical co-operation agreements (= Russia)

      More information on international co-operation in Priority 1: http://www.cordis.lu/lifescihealth/int_coop.htm

      More information on international co-operation in Priority 5

      http://www.cordis.lu/food/inco.htm


International co operation in life sciences and biotechnology2

International co-operation inLife Sciences and Biotechnology

Countries

  • The INCO-target countries (n = 139) include:

    • Developing countries (ACP - Africa, Caribbean and Pacific countries, Asia and Latin America)

    • Mediterranean partner countries

    • Russia and the New Independent States

    • Western Balkan Countries

  • Countries with Scientific and Technical co-operation agreements with the EU:

    • Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, India, Mexico, Morocco, Russia, South Africa, Tunisia, Ukraine, United States

      Information about specific countries can be foundat:http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/iscp/countries.html


Dr christian patermann director biotechnology agriculture food european commission

Indicative Budget available for

International Co-operation in FP6

€ 285 million is“earmarked” for support to participation of

INCO target countries within the 7 Thematic Priorities

Life Sciences, Genomics and Biotechnology for Health: € 52.4 million within the total € 2,255 million

Food Quality and Safety:

€ 15.9 million within the total € 685 million


Dr christian patermann director biotechnology agriculture food european commission

International Cooperation

evaluatedand retained proposals

1st Call Priority 5-Food Quality and Safety Call FP6 -Food -1

RUSSIA

Country

3% of total responseby 36 third countries

Average success rate of third countries : 18%

Russian participation: 5 evaluated, 1 retained


Dr christian patermann director biotechnology agriculture food european commission

International Cooperation

evaluated and retained proposals

2nd Call Priority 5-Food Quality and Safety Call FP6 -Food –2A

RUSSIA

2.5 % of total response by 25 different Third Countries; Average success rate: 30%

Russian participation : 9 evaluated, 1 retained + 1 added during negotiation


Dr christian patermann director biotechnology agriculture food european commission

International Cooperation

evaluatedand retained proposals

Specific Support Actions (SSA)

Russia


Dr christian patermann director biotechnology agriculture food european commission

Life sciences, genomics and biotechnology for health

Russian Participation

First Call


Dr christian patermann director biotechnology agriculture food european commission

Life sciences, genomics and biotechnology for health

Russian Participation

Second Call


Last calls for proposals

Last Calls for Proposals

Life Sciences, Genomics and Biotechnology for Health:4th Call publication :Summer 2005

4th Call closing date :November 2005

Food Quality and Safety:

3rd Call closing date « Food » SSA : 7 September 2005

4th Call publication : end June / early July 2005

4th Call closing date : ( First stage IP / NoE and STREP ) Oct 2005( Second stage IP / NoE and SSA) Feb 2006


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