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News H2020-SC2-2016: Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy

The European Commission Horizon 2020: Societal Challenges, under Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy work programme, will shortly be inviting proposals for its H2020-SC2-2016 call on specific priority areas.

The following information, including which topics may be addressed in this call, is subject to change.

SFS-01-2016: Solutions to multiple and combined stresses in crop production

SFS-02-2016: Teaming up for good: Exploiting the benefits of species diversity in cropping systems

SFS-03-2016: Testing and breeding for sustainability and resilience in cropsSFS-04-2017: New partnerships and tools to enhance European capacities for in-situ conservation SFS-05-2017: Robotics Advances for Precision Farming  

SFS-06-2016: Weeding - strategies, tools and technologies for sustainable weed management

 SFS-07-2016-2017: Organic breeding – Increasing the competitiveness of the organic breeding and farming sectors 

SFS-08-2017: Organic inputs – contentious inputs in organic farming.

SFS-09-2016: Spotlight on critical outbreak of pests: the case of Xylella fastidiosa 

SFS-10-2017: Research and approaches for emerging diseases in plants and terrestrial livestock  

SFS-11-2016: Challenges for disease management: Perennial crops in the tropics and subtropics

SFS-12-2016: Support for international research on animal health

SFS-13-2017: Validation of diagnostic tools for animal and plant health

SFS-14-2016: Understanding host-pathogen-environment interactions

SFS-15-2016-2017: Breeding livestock for resilience and efficiency

 SFS-16-2017: Bee health and sustainable pollination

SFS-17-2017: Innovations in plant protection  

SFS-18-2016: Framework Partnership Agreement supporting Joint Actions towards PublicPublic Partnerships in the Bioeconomy

SFS-19-2016: ERA-NET Cofund: Public-Public Partnerships in the bioeconomy

SFS-20-2017: Towards a science-based regionalisation of the Common Fisheries Policy

SFS-21-2016/2017: Advancing basic biological knowledge and improving management tools for commercially important fish and other seafood species

SFS-22-2017: Smart fisheries technologies for an efficient, compliant and environmentally friendly fishing sector

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News date 23/12/2015
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