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International Cooperation in Food, Agriculture and Fisheries and Biotechnology between Latin America and the European Union. Dr Alfredo Aguilar Head of Unit Biotechnologies Directorate Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology Directorate-General for Research European Commission.

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International Cooperation in Food, Agriculture and Fisheries and Biotechnology between Latin America and the European Union

Dr Alfredo Aguilar Head of Unit BiotechnologiesDirectorate Food, Agriculture and BiotechnologyDirectorate-General for ResearchEuropean Commission

VI Latin America Agricultural

Biotechnology Symposium

Viña del Mar, Chile – 22-26 October 2007

international cooperation in fp7 basic principles
International Cooperation in FP7 BASIC PRINCIPLES

Efforts should be made to strenghten international co-operation towards:

  • Reaping the full benefits of internationalization of R&D
  • Contributing to the production of global public goods
  • Further integrating the EU into the world-wide research community

Where possible, the FP will contribute to meeting the Millennium Development Goals by 2010

international cooperation in fp7 objectives
International Cooperation in FP7OBJECTIVES
  • To support and promote European competitiveness through strategic research partnerships with third countries in selected fields of science
  • To contribute to the production of knowledge in Europe
  • To addressspecific problems that third countries face or that have a global character, on the basis of mutual interest and mutual benefit.
international cooperation in fp7 third countries
International Cooperation in FP7THIRD COUNTRIES

THIRD COUNTRY

is a country which is not a European Union Member State:

1- Associated countries, associated candidate countries

2- Industrialised countries (USA, Canada, Japan, Australia….)

3- International Cooperation Partner Countries(ICPC):

ICPCis a third country that the European Commission classifies as a low-income, lower-middle-income or upper-middle-income country

  • Countries neighbouring the EU (Mediterranean Partner Countries, Western Balkans, Eastern European and Central Asian Countries)
  • Developing countries (ACP, ASIA, Latin America)
  • Emerging economies (e.g. China, India, Brazil, Russia, South Africa, Chile, Mexico, Argentina)
international co operation will be implemented in each fp7 specific programme

International Cooperation in FP7 IMPLEMENTATION

International co-operation will be implemented inEACHFP7 specific programme

Cooperation – Collaborative research

Ideas – Frontier Research

People – Human Potential

Capacities – Research Capacity

+

JRC (non-nuclear)

JRC (nuclear)

Euratom

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Policy Dialogue

S&T co-operation partnership

Co-ordination of national policies

and activities

Cooperation – Collaborative research

Ideas – Frontier Research

People – Human Potential

INTERNATIONAL

CO-OPERATION in

Capacities – Research Capacity

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International OUTGOING fellowships

International INCOMING fellowships

Partnerships to support exchange of researchers

Support of common initiatives between European organizations and countries with S&T agreements

Measures to counter the risk of ‘brain drain’ from developing countries/emerging economies

Cooperation – Collaborative research

Ideas – Frontier Research

People – Human Potential

INTERNATIONAL

CO-OPERATION in

Capacities – Research Capacity

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Cooperation – Collaborative research

INTERNATIONAL

CO-OPERATION in

Ideas – Frontier Research

People – Human Potential

Capacities – Research Capacity

  • Aim to integrate the EU into the world-wide research community and to support fundamental research
  • Open to Third Countries on basis of mutual benefit or according to relevant concluded agreements (in addition to the minimum consortium: one legal entity from MS/AC)
  • Participation of Third Countries to be justified on basis of added scientific value
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Cooperation – Collaborative research

INTERNATIONAL

CO-OPERATION in

Ideas – Frontier Research

People – Human Potential

Capacities – Research Capacity

WHERE?

in each thematic area and across themes

  • Health
  • Food, agriculture and biotechnology (FAB)
  • 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
  • Space
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International co-operation in Food , Agriculture andBiotechnology

1.Opening

1.1 Opening of all activities to participation by Third Countries

1.2 Certain topics particularly encourage international co-operation

2.Specific International Co-operation Actions (SICA)

on selected topics, with priority partner countries / regions :

2.1 BIREGIONAL DIALOGUES, BILATERAL AGREEMENTS, NEIGHBOURS AND EMERGING ECONOMIES:

topics jointly identified, based on mutual interest and benefits

2.2 DEV COUNTRIES: taking into account their needs (focus on MDG)

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1. OPENINGinFood , Agriculture andBiotechnology

2. Food, Agriculture and Fisheries

and Biotechnologies

Opening of all activities to International cooperation

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 and biotechnology for sustainable

non-food products and processes

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Opening of all activities

the minimum number of participants shall be 3 independent legal entities established in three different Member States or Associated countries.

Specific International co-operation actionsSPECIAL RULE

Article 5. Minimum numbers of participants and their place of establishment:

…the minimum number of participants shall be 4 independent legal entities of which:

at least 2are established in two different Member States or Associated countries, and

at least 2 are established in two differentInternational Cooperation Partner Countries.

Cooperation – Collaborative research / International co-operation

RULES OF PARTICIPATION (draft)

Third Countries as ADDITIONAL partners

Third Countries (ICPC) as COMPULSORY partners

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Further information

  • EU research:http://europa.eu.int/comm/research
  • Sixth Framework Programme:

http://www.cordis.lu/fp6/home.html

http://www.cordis.lu/fp6/food.htm

  • Seventh Framework Programme:http://www.cordis.europa.eu/fp7/home.html
  • Research DG Site:

http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/index_en.html

  • Information requests:research@cec.eu.int

Calls for proposals FP7- FAB:http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/dc/index.cfm?fuseaction=UserSite.CooperationCallsPage&id_activity=2

International co-operation in FAB: Elisabetta.Balzi@ec.europa.eu