Find Horizon 2020 Partners at Brussels Event
The event will examine the 2016 calls of Horizon 2020’s Societal Challenges pillar on: food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry; marine, maritime and inland water research; and the bioeconomy.
The key research topics are:
- Sustainable Food Security – Resilient and resource-efficient value chains
- Blue Growth – Demonstrating an ocean of opportunities
- Rural Renaissance – Fostering innovation and business opportunities
- Bio-based innovation for sustainable goods and services- Supporting the development of European Bioeconomy
- Key Enabling Technology - Biotechnology
- Circular Economy
“The partnering event will target a wide spectrum of stakeholders, from companies (including SMEs), universities, research organisations and other interested parties, from Europe and beyond, seeking to share new project ideas and to find collaboration partners for the upcoming Horizon 2020 SC2 work programme for 2016,” says the announcement.
The new work programmes were launched on 14 October 2015. Interested parties are encouraged to register by 8 November. The event is hosted by EU-funded project BioHorizon.