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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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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

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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

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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

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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

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International Cooperation

evaluatedand retained proposals

Specific Support Actions (SSA)

Russia

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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