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H2020 Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine, maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy

Key features of the call for projects

Porteur(s) de projet : Académique, Clinique, ETI, Grand groupe, PME

Opening date: October 31th, 2017

Date de clôture : February 13th, 2018

Dimension : Europe

Funding:

Type de financement : Subvention

Appel d'offre thématisé

Thématique(s) médicale(s) : Alimentation - Nutrition

Secteur(s) industriel(s) :

Call - Sustainable Food Security

 

Activities aim to tap into the potential of ecosystems services for crop and animal production, notably in relation to pest and disease control, nutrient cycling, soil fertility and productivity. They emphasise the relationship between modes of food production, ecosystem functions, food quality and consumer health.

 

The importance of diversity and diversification in increasing the resilience of food systems is an underlying theme. It includes promoting a better use of plant, animal genetic and microbial genetic resources. A cluster of targeted microbiome activities will help to better understand how existing biodiversity can support processes across soils, plants, animals, the marine environment and humans.

 

These will be referenced and linked to microbiome research under other parts of Horizon 2020.

DT-SFS-14-2018: Personalized Nutrition

Proposals shall deliver innovative solutions for personalized nutrition advice and/or support that will help consumers to achieve their optimal health and well-being and to adopt long-term healthy and sustainable diets. These concepts/tools/products/services shall focus on the consumer benefit and integrate all relevant factors such as health indicators, nutritional requirements, food composition, lifestyle, preferences, environment (i.e. cultural and socioeconomic), etc. Moreover, proposals shall address all levels of personalization: from food choice in the shop, to customised production and delivery, to specific advice/warning systems (e.g. new, smart digital/ICT applications). […]

 

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