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FP7 Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology Food Safety Research. Dyanne Bennink European Commission DG Research Biotechnology, Agriculture and Food. European Food Research Programmes. Food, agriculture and biotechnology EUR 1935 Mio?. Food quality and safety EUR 685 mio.

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fp7 food agriculture and biotechnology food safety research
FP7Food, Agriculture and BiotechnologyFood Safety Research

Dyanne Bennink

European Commission

DG Research

Biotechnology, Agriculture and Food

european food research programmes
EuropeanFood Research Programmes

Food, agriculture

and biotechnology EUR 1935 Mio?

Food quality

and safety EUR 685 mio

Key Action 1 EUR 285 mio

153 projects

FAIR

ECU 123 mio

137 projects

AIR

ECU 60 mio

72 projects

MTIEUR 136 Mio

FLAIR

ECU 25 mio

33 projects

1994

2006

1989

1991

2002

2010

1998

FP7

FP2

FP3

FP4

FP5

FP6

towards fp7
Commission proposal 2005

7 years; €70 billion

Revision by Council and Parliament

General support, but:

budgetary limits

general amendments

specific issues, such as research on human stem cells

Expecting finalisation December 2006

Budget € 54 billion (1935 Mio€ for Food, agriculture and biotechnology)

First work-programme end December 2006

Towards FP7
slide4
Framework Programme 7

2007 – 2013

Cooperation – Collaborative research

Ideas – Frontier Research

People – Human Potential

Capacities – Research Capacity

+

JRC (non-nuclear)

JRC (nuclear)

Euratom

new elements in fp7
Emphasis on research themes rather than on “instruments”

Significant simplification of its operation

Focus on developing research that meets the needs of European industry, through the work of Technology Platforms and the new Joint Technology Initiatives

Establishment of a European Research Council, funding the best of European science

Integration of International cooperation in all four programmes

Development of Regions of Knowledge

A Risk-Sharing Finance Facility aimed at fostering private investment in research

New elements in FP7
slide6
Ideas – Frontier Research

ERC – European Research Council

Commission

Scientific Council

  • Preparation of work-programmes
  • Organisation of peer review

Approval of work-programmes and interaction with the programme committees

Externalised tasks

Management of the project cycle

slide7
People– Human Potential

Initial training of researchers

Marie Curie Networks

Life-long training and career development

Individual Fellowships

Co-financing of regional/national/international programmes

Industry-academia pathways and partnerships

Industry-Academia Scheme

International dimension

Outgoing International Fellowships; Incoming International Fellowships

International Cooperation Scheme; Reintegration grants

Specific actions

Excellence awards

slide8
1. Research Infrastructures

2. Research for the benefit of SMEs

3. Regions of Knowledge

4. Research Potential

5. Science in Society

6. Activities of International Cooperation

Capacities – Research Capacity

slide9
Under each theme there will be flexibility to address 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:

Cooperation – Collaborative research

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

slide10
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
slide11
Cooperation – Collaborative research

Theme 2

  • 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
slide12
2. Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology

Sustainable production and management of biological resources

from land, forest, and aquatic environments

“Fork to farm”: Food, health and well being

Life sciences and biotechnology for sustainable

non-food products and processes

slide13
THE EUROPEAN KNOWLEDGE- BASED BIOECONOMY

STABILITY - BIODEGRADABILITY

FUNCTIONALITY

QUALITY ASSURANCE STRATEGIES TRACEABILITY, CONSUMER SCIENCE

SOCIETAL NEEDS

Life sciences &

biotechnology for

sustainable

non-food products +

processes

“Fork to Farm”Food, health and well-being

WHITEBIOTECH

CLEAN BIOPROCESSES

RAW MATERIALS/WASTE

ADVANCED FOOD TECHNOLOGIES, FOOD QUALITY DETERMINANTS, NUTRITION

PROCESSING

GREEN/BLUE BIOTECH

OPTIMISED RAW MATERIALS

ORGANIC AND LOW INPUT FARMING - BIODIVERSITY ANIMAL HEALTH - RURAL DEVT.

PRODUCTION

Sustainable production and management of biological resources from

land, forest, and aquatic environments

the bio economy is large
Annual turnover ca €1 668 billion

Food: €850b

Agriculture: €210b

Fisheries and aquaculture: €8b

Paper/pulp: €400b

Forestry/wood: €150b

Industrial biotechnology: €50b

The bio-economy is large….
but faces significant challenges
Climate and environment

Global warming; extreme weather; drought; biodiversity; sustainable fisheries; water and soil quality

Social change and rural development

Demographics; lifestyle and consumer demand; attitudes to new technologies; changing use of countryside

Health

Obesity, allergies, zoonoses

Economy and trade

Globalisation; CAP/CFP

Research structures

Converging technologies; multidisciplinarity

…. but faces significant challenges
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Need to prioritise
  • “More with less”
  • Theme 2 FP7 “Food, Agriculture, Biotechnology” has broader scope than priority 5 “Food Quality&Safety” of FP6 (added activity 3 on biotech products and processes for non-food applications)
  • Research to support policies, international cooperation and coordination of national research is integrated into the themes
  • Budget for first calls of theme 2 - FP7 comparable (or lower) than for priority 5 - FP6
  • Need to prioritise along the following criteria:
  • New areas/topics not (little) covered in previous FPs.
  • Continue/follow-up on successful EU research activities in order to achieve maximum impact.
  • Preparatory actions for identifying priority topics/activity areas for future calls, i.e. analysis of certain research/technology options for addressing specific goals
slide17
Consultation and external input
  • Input into work programme from:
  • Advisory Group of this theme
  • the research community,
  • interested organisations (EFSA, etc.)
  • Standing Committee for Agricultural Research (SCAR)
  • expert workshops, outputs from conferences
  • studies, analysis of ongoing research,
  • policy needs (other Commission directorates)
  • strategic research agendas (SRA) of the European Technology Platforms relevant to Theme 2(Plants for the Future; Sustainable Farm Animal Breeding and Reproduction; Global Animal Health; Food for Life; Forestry; Biofuels; the Industrial Biotechnology section of the Sustainable Chemistry Platform)
slide18
2. Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology

Sustainable production and management of biological resources

from land, forest, and aquatic environments

“Fork to farm”: Food, health and well being

Life sciences and biotechnology for sustainable

non-food products and processes

slide19
Activity 1: Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest and aquatic environments:OBJECTIVES

Exploitation of new and emerging technologies

Rural contexts, animal welfare

Social and economic challenges

External threats: climate change

Sustainable production

Healthier, safer and higher quality foods. Non-food production

Controlling the risk of zoonotic, epizootic and food-related disease

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Activity 1: Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest and aquatic environments:AREAS

“Enabling” research

Micro-organisms; plants; animals

“-omics”; bioinformatics; systems biology; tools and technologies

Sustainable production

Agriculture; horticulture; forestry; fisheries; aquaculture

Improved crops; plant health; control of pests, disease and other threats

Optimised animal health, production and welfare

Exploitation of genetics knowledge; breeding, physiology, behaviour

Control of infectious diseases; epizootics, zoonoses; management of by-products

Building of the KBBE

Tools for policy makers in support of community policy

Rural and coastal development; International development

Socio-economics and cost-benefits. Farming systems, including non-food

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2. Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology

Sustainable production and management of biological resources

from land, forest, and aquatic environments

“Fork to farm”: Food, health and well being

Life sciences and biotechnology for sustainable

non-food products and processes

activity 3 life sciences and biotechnology for sustainable non food products and processes
Activity 3:Life sciences and biotechnology for sustainable non-food products and processes
  • Improved biomass for energy,
  • Bio-catalysis; new bio-refinery concepts
  • Forestry and forest based products
  • Cleaner processing

©Science 27 January 2006 Vol 311

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2. Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology

Sustainable production and management of biological resources

from land, forest, and aquatic environments

“Fork to farm”: Food, health and well being

Life sciences and biotechnology for sustainable

non-food products and processes

activity 2 fork to farm
Activity 2: Fork to Farm

Environment

Health and well-

being of consumers

Consumers

Nutrition

Nutritional value / digestion /

health impacts

Processing

Safety

Organoleptic impact

Environment

Safe, high-quality foods

Preparation

Storage / transport / retail

Processing

Production systems:

Agriculture / Fisheries / Aquaculture

activity 2 fork to farm food health and well being
Activity 2: “Fork to farm”-Food, health and well being
  • Consumer and societal aspects of food
  • Nutrition, diet-related diseases and disorders, nutrigenomics, food development
  • Innovative food and feed processing and packaging, smart control, waste management
  • Improved quality and assured microbiological and chemical safety of food and feed, detection methods, risk governance
  • Environmental impacts on/of the food chain, total food chain concept
food safety research fp6
FOOD SAFETY RESEARCH FP6

FP6 running projects:

SAFE FOODS Promoting food safety through a new integrated risk analysis approach for foods

BIOCOP New Technologies to Screen Multiple Chemical Contaminants in Foods

PATHOGENCOMBAT Control and prevention of emerging and future pathogens at cellular and molecular level throughout the food chain

MONIQA Towards the harmonisation of analytical methods regarding monitoring the hazards for monitoring food quality and safety in the food supply chain

MYCO-GLOBE Integration of Mycotoxin and Toxigenic Fungi Research for Food Safety in Global System

food safety research fp627
FOOD SAFETY RESEARCH FP6

FP6 running projects:

PROSAFEBEEF Improving the safety of beef and beef products for the consumer in production and processing

HIGHQ RTE Innovative non-thermal processing technologies to improve the quality and safety of ready-to-eat (RTE) meals

QALIBRA Quality of Life - Integrated Benefit and Risk Analysis Web-based Tool for Assessing Food Safety and Health Benefits

MREFS A Multimedia Repository on European Food Science: production, quality and safety

CASCADE Chemicals as contaminants in the food chain: An NoE for research, risk assessment, education and information

food safety research fp7
FOOD SAFETY RESEARCH FP7

FP7 Specific Programme: Improved quality and assured microbiological and chemical safety of food and feed, detection methods, risk governance

  • Inputs from stakeholders (Member States, Advisory Group, European Policies, Strategic Research Review, Technological Platforms…)
  • Not overlapping with research ongoing in FP6
  • Limited number of topics in first calls

First calls for FP7:

  • target publication in December 2006
  • first deadline April 2007
information
EU research: ec.europa.eu/research

Agriculture research:ec.europa.eu/research/agriculture/index_en.html

Seventh Framework Programme: ec.europa.eu/research/future/index_en.cfm

Information on research programmes and projects: cordis.europa.eu

Information