Would you like to find out more about Horizon 2020 funding for resource efficient bio-based value chains in Primary Producton, Food, Marine and the Bioeconomy?
The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), in collaboration with Innovate UK, invites you to join us at our briefing event on 13th October in Manchester to learn more about the funding available within the Horizon 2020 Work Programme on Resource Efficient Value Chains, including opportunities in Primary Producton, Food, Marine and the Bioeconomy.
This event forms part of a series of events officially launching Horizon2020 Societal Challenges 2 (Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy) and 5 (Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials) in the UK. To find out about other events in the series, visit the official launch webpage.
About Horizon 2020 Funding
With a total budget of €79bn, Horizon 2020 is the largest ever EU Research and Innovation funding programme. It has an emphasis on excellent science, industrial leadership and tackling societal challenges, with a simpler structure than previous programmes - reducing red tape and time so that participants can focus on what is really important.
The 'Societal Challenges' pillar of Horizon 2020 has a budget in the region of €30bn, and has many areas of relevance to Agri-Food, Bioscience and Biotechnology (e.g. Climate, Transport, Food Security, Blue Growth etc.).
Find out more about Horizon 2020 >>
Tuesday 13th October 2015 (10:00-17:00), Manchester
KTN, in collaboration with Innovate UK, is organising a series of events to launch the 2016 Horizon 2020 work programme for Societal Challenge 2 (Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy) and Societal Challenge 5 (Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials).
This event will focus on Resource Efficient Value Chains and features:
Keynote presentation by Annette Schneegans (DG Research and Innovation, Directorate F, Bioeconomy)
Introduction to Resilient Value Chains under Societal Challenges 2 & 5
Case studies, and guidance on how to write a good proposal
Opportunities for 1:1 sessions with the National Contact Points (NCPs), KTN and Enterprise Europe Network (EEN)
Networking and pitch presentations by delegates
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Who should attend?
Businesses and other organisations from any industry sector wishing to lead or collaborate in European-funded research and innovation
Businesses from any industry sector wishing to understand the potential for participating in European projects in the future
Pitch your project idea or capability
A limited number of short pitch presentations slots will be available to enable delegates to pitch project ideas or capabilities. Please indicate you interest interest in a pitch presentation slot on the registration form. We will then contact you nearer the date to allocate slots.
Event at a glance
What: Briefing event for Horizon 2020 funding for 'Resource Efficient Value Chains'
When: Tuesday 13th October 2015 (10:00-17:00)
Where: Manchester Hall, 36 Bridge Street, Manchester, M3 3BT
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Got a question?
Bryan Hanley (firstname.lastname@example.org) will be happy to to provide advice and further information about this event.
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