Horizon 2020
The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation

Newsroom about Agriculture & Forestry

E.g., 16-12-2017
E.g., 16-12-2017
  • Le Charlemagne
    The digital single market offers many opportunities for agriculture and food value chains -up to the consumer- to become smarter, more efficient, more circular and more connected. This event placed Horizon 2020 investments in farm and food digitisation in their broader policy context and showcased successful and inspirational projects.
  • Brussels
    All you need to know about the Blue Growth
  • Brussels
    Looking ahead to a new Bioeconomy strategy.
  • Brussels, Brussels Capital Region, Belgium
    How do we move organic farming forward to ensure sustainability & health of our food systems? TP organics organises the Organic innovation days, along side the SC2 Infoweek, to discuss how innovation can help. H2020 OK-NetArable will hold their final conference there and opportunities for funding for organic farming under H2020 work programme 2018-2020 will be presented. Call for innovations open until 1 September.
  • Brussels
    All there is to know about new funding opportunities for 2018-2020, the Bioeconomy policy, digitisation and Blue Growth!
  • Rue de la Loi 170, 1040, Bruxelles
    Come and learn about the novelties of the new Work Programme 2018- 2020 and get some practical information on how to successfully apply to the upcoming calls for proposals.
  • Spanning seven years (2014 - 2020) and with a budget of €77 billion, Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU research and innovation funding programme ever. It is implemented via multi-annual work programmes.
  • Rua Encosta das Lagoas, 2740-244, Porto Salvo, Oeiras, Lisboa
    The Agri Innovation Summit will provide a platform for a stimulating debate on innovation and digitisation in agriculture and rural areas, now and after 2020. Horizon 2020 projects will meet with innovative projects supported by the Common agricultural policy to build linkages and speed up innovation. Commissioners Moedas and Hogan will participate.
  • Horizon 2020 Societal challenge 2 Infoweek: all there is to know about new funding opportunities, Bioeconomy Policy, Digitisation and Blue Growth.
  • Many of the Horizon 2020 calls under societal challenge 2 require projects to apply the “multi-actor approach”. This approach which brings farmers, scientists and other actors together leads to solutions which answer real needs and are more easily applied on the field. This brochure presents the benefits of this approach, some examples of running H2020 projects and explains where to find project results. Inspiration for future calls!

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