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  • del 14 de febrer de 2020 al 01 d'abril de 2020

    PRIMA - Topic 1.4.1-2020 (IA) Nexus Water, Energy, Food

    Unió Europea

    Dirigit a: Any entity form the following countries: Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Spain, Slovenia, Israel, Tunisia, Turkey, Algeria, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Morocco.

    Objective: Demonstrating benefits of the Water-Ecosystem-Food Nexus approach in delivering optimal economic development, achieving high level of environmental protection and ensuring fair access to natural resources.

    Types of action: Innovation Action (IA)
    Funding level: According to Horizon 2020 Rules, 70% (except for non-profit legal entities, where a rate of 100% applies)
    Technology Readiness levels (TRL): TRL 6-8
    Duration of the projects: from 36 months to 48 months
    Submission and evaluation procedure: Two-stage application procedure. For the first stage, a short proposal (maximum 10 pages) must be submitted by the first deadline. Successful applicants in the first stage will be invited to the second stage to submit a full proposal (maximum 50 pages).

    Consortium must present at least three legal entities from three different countries, being at least one EU country and one non-EU country. 

  • del 14 de febrer de 2020 al 01 d'abril de 2020

    PRIMA - Topic 1.3.1-2020 (IA) Agro-food Value Chain

    Unió Europea

    Dirigit a: Any entity form the following countries: Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Spain, Slovenia, Israel, Tunisia, Turkey, Algeria, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Morocco.

    3.1 Valorising food products from traditional Mediterranean diet
    To improve raw material and ingredients composition, better exploiting resilient biodiversity and valorising genotypes and phenotypes richer in health-promoting bioactive compounds, with better use of sustainable production systems and soft processing technologies preserving the content of essential food components.
    3.4 Implications of dietary shifts and sustainable diets for the Med populations and food industry

    To respond to life-style changes have led to dietary changes and consumption of lower quality food, poor in essential nutrients, micronutrients and health-promoting bioactive ingredients.
    To understand the complex Relationship between lifestyle and health in the Mediterranean context, as well as the diet and physical activity habits, their heterogeneity and their determinants, and the vulnerability of population.

    Types of action: Innovation Action (IA)
    Funding level: According to Horizon 2020 Rules, 70% (except for non-profit legal entities, where a rate of 100% applies)
    Technology Readiness levels (TRL): TRL 6-7
    Duration of the projects: from 36 months to 48 months
    Submission and evaluation procedure: Two-stage application procedure. For the first stage, a short proposal (maximum 10 pages) must be submitted by the first deadline. Successful applicants in the first stage will be invited to the second stage to submit a full proposal (maximum 50 pages).

    Consortium must present at least three legal entities from three different countries, being at least one EU country and one non-EU country.
     

  • del 14 de febrer de 2020 al 01 d'abril de 2020

    PRIMA - Topic 1.1.1-2020 (IA) Water Management

    Unió Europea

    Dirigit a: Any entity form the following countries: Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Spain, Slovenia, Israel, Tunisia, Turkey, Algeria, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Morocco.

    Topic 1.1.1 refers to Priority 1.2 Water sustainability in the Mediterranean region should be ensured through improved technical tools coupled with socio-economic tools and governance, organisational and/or business models to define the limits of water use in certain key regions under present and future global change scenarios.
    Type of action: Innovation action (IA)
    Funding level: According to Horizon 2020 Rules, 70% (except for non-profit legal entities, where a rate of 100% applies)
    Technology Readiness levels (TRL): 6-7
    Duration of the projects: from 36 months to 48 months
    Submission and evaluation procedure: Two-stage application procedure. For the first stage, a short proposal (maximum 10 pages) must be submitted by the first deadline. Successful applicants in the first stage will be invited to the second stage to submit a full proposal (maximum 50 pages).

    Consortium must present at least three legal entities from three different countries, being at least one EU country and one non-EU country.

  • del 16 de setembre de 2019 al 12 de desembre de 2019

    Urban Innovative Actions Initiative (UIA) – 5th Call European Union – ERDF

    Fons FEDER

    Dirigit a: Any urban authority, or grouping of urban authorities, where the total population is at least 50 000 inhabitants

    UIA can support pilot projects that are too risky to be funded by traditional sources of funding provided that they are highly innovative and experimental.

    The Commission’s desire is to see projects proposed that bring forth creative, innovative and durable solutions to address the various challenges identified.
    • Projects thematic coverage: 
       o Culture and cultural heritage
       o Air quality
       o Circular economy
       o Demographic change
    • Projects duration: up to 3 years
    • Projects budget: from € 1 to € 5 million
    • Funding intensity: 80% of the eligible costs, the rest has to be funded by own funds.

  • del 05 de novembre de 2018 al 28 de febrer de 2019

    Erasmus+ - Key Action 2 - Knowledge Alliances

    Unió Europea

    Dirigit a: Higher education institutions; public or private, small, medium or large enterprises, research institutes; public bodies at local, regional or national level and other.

      Knowledge Alliances aim at strengthening Europe's innovation capacity and at fostering innovation in higher education and business.
         They intend to:
    • develop new, innovative and multidisciplinary approaches to teaching and learning;
    • stimulate entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial skills of higher education teaching staff and company staff;
    • facilitate the exchange, flow and co-creation of knowledge.