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Food Research in FP7 Knowledge-Based Bio-Economy and Technology Platforms. Violeta Cikina Unit E3: Food, Health, Well-being Directorate E: Biotechnologies, Agriculture, Food European Commission, DG Research Violeta.Cikina@ec.europa.eu. CONTENT. Knowledge-Based Bio-Economy

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food research in fp7 knowledge based bio economy and technology platforms

Food Research in FP7Knowledge-Based Bio-Economyand Technology Platforms

Violeta Cikina

Unit E3: Food, Health, Well-being

Directorate E: Biotechnologies, Agriculture, Food

European Commission, DG Research

Violeta.Cikina@ec.europa.eu

content
CONTENT
  • Knowledge-Based Bio-Economy
  • Food Research in FP7
  • Technology Platforms
specific programmes budget million

FP7 2007 - 2013

Specific Programmes Budget €(million)

Cooperation – Collaborative research 32.413

TOTAL 50. 521

Ideas – Frontier Research 7.510

People – Human Potential 4.750

Capacities – Research Capacity 4.097

+

JRC (non-nuclear) 1.751

JRC (nuclear) 517

Euratom 2.234

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Cooperation – Collaborative research

  • 10 Thematic Priorities Budget €(million)
  • Health 6.100
  • Food, agriculture and fisheries, and biotechnology 1.935
  • Information and communication technologies 9.050
  • Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies 3.475
  • Energy 2.350
  • Environment (including climate change) 1.890
  • Transport (including aeronautics) 4.160
  • Socio-economic sciences and the humanities 623
  • Space 1.430
  • Security 1.400

+ Euratom: Fusion energy research, nuclear fission and radiation protection

european food research programmes
EuropeanFood Research Programmes

Food, agriculture and fisheries,

and biotechnology €1.935 mio

Food quality

and safety EUR 685 mio

178 projects

Key Action 1 EUR 285 mio

153 projects

FAIR

ECU 123 mio

137 projects

AIR

ECU 60 mio

72 projects

FLAIR

ECU 25 mio

33 projects

1994

2006

1989

1991

2002

2013

1998

FP7

FP2

FP3

FP4

FP5

FP6

knowledge based bio economy kbbe
Knowledge-Based Bio-Economy(KBBE)

The term “bio-economy” includes all industries and economic sectors that produce, manage and otherwise exploit biological resources (such as agriculture, food, forestry, fisheries and other bio-resource industries), and related services, supply or consumer industries.

food agriculture and fisheries and biotechnology research objectives
Food, agriculture and fisheries, and biotechnology research:Objectives
  • Build a European Knowledge-Based Bio-Economy (KBBE)
  • Respond to social and economic challenges:
    • High quality food and sustainable food production
    • Food-related disorders (cardiovascular, obesity …)
    • Infectious animal diseases and zoonoses
    • Sustainable agriculture/fishery and climate change
    • Clean biomaterials from renewable bio-resources
  • Involve all stakeholders (incl. industry) in research
  • Support CAP and CFP
  • Respond quickly to emerging research needs
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2. Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology

2.1.

Sustainable production and management of biological resources

from land, forest, and aquatic environments

2.2.

“Fork to farm”: Food (including seafood), health and well being

2.3.

Life sciences and biotechnology for sustainable

non-food products and processes

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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

“Fork to Farm”Food (including seafood), health and well-being

WHITEBIOTECH

CLEAN BIOPROCESSES

RAW MATERIALS/WASTE

ADVANCED FOOD TECHNOLOGIES, FOOD QUALITY DETERMINANTS, NUTRITION

PROCESSING

GREEN/BLUE BIOTECH

OPTIMISED RAW MATERIALS

LOW INPUT FARMING - BIODIVERSITY ANIMAL HEALTH - RURAL DEVT.

PRODUCTION

Sustainable production and management of biological resources from

land, forest, and aquatic environments

first kbbe calls
FIRST KBBE CALLS

Call 1 published: 22 December

Deadline: 2 May 2007

One stage

Call 2 will be published: 8 May 2007

1st stage deadline: 11 September 2007

Two stages

  • Coordination and Support Actions up to € 1 million
  • Small collaborative projects up to € 3 million
  • Large collaborative projects € 3 – 6 million
  • Networks of Excellence € 3 – 6 million

The proposals not fullfilling these tresholds are considered as ineligible!

activity 1

Sustainable production and

management of biological resources

from land, forest and aquatic environments

Activity 1:
  • Enabling research (‘omics’, converging technologies, bio-informatics, biodiversity) for micro-organism, plants and animals
  • Competitive, sustainable and multifunctional agriculture, forestry, fishery and aquaculture
  • Animal health production and welfare ; animal diseases incl. zoonoses
  • Marine resources, fishery, aquaculture
  • Development of policy strategies for knowledge based bio-economy, agriculture, fishery as well as rural and coastal areas
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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 and other bioprocesses
  • Forestry and forest based products and processes
  • Environmental remediation and cleaner processing
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Activity 2:

“Fork to farm”-

Food (including seafood), 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
fp7 sub pillar fork to farm

Environment

FP7 Sub-Pillar: Fork to Farm

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

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Activity 2:

“Fork to farm”-

Food (including seafood), health and well being

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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Activity 2:

“Fork to farm”-

Food (including seafood), health and well being

Area 2.2.2 Nutrition

  • Effect of diet on mental performance
  • Impact of diet on ageing
  • Optical technologies for monitoring the human nutrition status and the onset of nutrition-related health problems
  • Malnutrition in developing countries
  • Impact of exogenous factors in the development of allergy
  • Diet for patients in hospitals and at home: disease-related malnutrition
  • Diet and its effect on the development of intestinal microflora and on the immune system through the entire life span
  • 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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Activity 2:

“Fork to farm”-

Food (including seafood), health and well being

Area 2.2.3 Food processing

  • Smart control for improved food and feed technologies
  • Assessment and improvement of existing food and feed technologies
  • Harmonising and integrating research on food technology, safety and nutrition through commonly shared food models
  • Nano-devices for quality assurance, food safety and product properties
  • New solutions for improving refrigeration technologies along the food chain
  • Network for facilitating the implementation of high-tech processing at industrial scale
  • (Bio-)Technologies for the production of food additives, colorants, and flavours
  • Observing and understanding the micro-structure of foods
  • Alternatives for SO2 for food preservation
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Activity 2:

“Fork to farm”-

Food (including seafood), health and well being

Area 2.2.4 Food Quality and Safety

  • Exposure to food additives, flavourings, and migrants coming from the packaging – 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
  • 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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Activity 2:

“Fork to farm”-

Food (including seafood), health and well being

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
  • Reduce contamination by mycotoxins in the food and feed chain
  • Assessment of impacts from climate change on food
  • Food chain management
  • Assessment of impacts of scenarios affecting food chain management
technology platforms
Technology Platforms

Industry-Driven, Competitiveness-Focused

European Technology Platforms - Concept

Stakeholders, led by industry, get together to define a Strategic Research Agenda on a number of strategically important issues with high societal relevance where achieving Europe’s future growth, competitiveness and sustainable objectives is dependent upon major research and technological advances in the medium to long term.

technology platforms1
Technology Platforms

Bottom-Up Approach with Industry in Lead

Wide Stakeholder Involvement

Flexibility: No “One Size Fits All”

EU Role: Facilitating and Guiding but not Leading or Owning

Majority of Strategic Research Agendas, where Appropriate, Taken into Account in Thematic Priorities of FP7

technology platforms three stages
Technology Platforms:Three Stages

Stage 1:Stakeholders get together and define a common vision

Stage 2: Stakeholders define a Strategic Research Agenda

Stage 3: Stakeholders implement the Strategic Research Agenda

technology platforms in food agriculture and biotechnology
Technology Platforms in Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology
  • Plants for the Future
    • www.epsoweb.org/Catalog/TP/index.htm
  • Innovative and Sustainable Use of Forest Resources
    • www.forestplatform.org
  • Global Animal Health
    • www.europa.eu.int/comm/research/agriculture/index_en.html
  • Animal Breeding
    • www.fabretp.org
  • Food for Life
    • http://etp.ciaa.be/asp/home.asp
  • Sustainable Chemistry
    • www.cefic.org/
european technology platform food for life

Communication,

Training &

Technology Transfer

Food

Quality &

Food &

Manu-

Health

facturing

Food Safety

-

Food &

Sustainable

Consumer

Food Production

Food Chain Management

European Technology Platform Food for Life
technology platform food for life
Technology Platform:Food for Life
  • Stakeholders: Confederation of the EU Food and Drink Industries (CIAA), Food and Drink SME’s, - Retailers, Consumers, Copa-Cogeca- Research organizations
  • Vision paper “Food for Life” (June 2005)
  • Strategic research agenda:draft published and submitted to a wide consultation process in April 2006, final SRA in March 2007
  • Website/contacts:http://etp.ciaa.beJan Maat - jan.maat@unilever.com

& Daniele Rossi - direzione@federalimentare.it

  • Commission contact:jurgen.lucas@ec.europa.eu

Status: June 2006

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Further Information

FP7 on CORDIS:

Research and Innovation on the Europa server:

DG Research:

Biosociety Website:

RTD-food@ec.europa.eu

RTD-CALL-FP7-KBBE@ec.europa.eu

http://cordis.europa.eu/

http://europa.eu/pol/rd/index_en.htm

http://ec.europa.eu/research/index_en.cfm

http://ec.europa.eu/research/biosociety/index_en.htm