SusCrop is an ERA-Net Cofund Action under H2020, which aims to strengthen the European Research Area (ERA) in the field of Sustainable Crop Production through enhanced cooperation and coordination of different national and regional research programmes. In this regard, SusCrop brings together owners and managers of national and regional R&D&I programmes of EU Member States, EU-associated States and Third countries with significant experience in research funding and coordination.Read more
The 2nd SusCrop Call projects will have their mid-term meeting on February 7-8, 2023 in Ghent and Merelbeke, Belgium. The event will be combined with the 3rd Call projects of FACCE SURPLUS and an outreach seminar. Internal and external stakeholder of the projects are welcome to join!
The Steering Committee of the 2022 Joint Call on Agrobiodiversity has recommended 8 transnational projects for funding.
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A consortium meeting was held on September 14, 2022 in Brussels and online.
The seminar was held back to back with a workshop on “Enhancement and optimization of innovation”, that took place on the 12th of May 2022. Fundraiser Stella Spanou (AU) started with a keynote on “The art of innovation and entrepreneurship – from research to value creation”.
On May 11, the ERA-Net SusCrop welcomed about 50 participants to the end-term meeting of the funded research projects of the 1st transnational Call.
On May 10, the 3-day “seminar on research and innovation in sustainable crop production” that was held at Aarhus University (Denmark) kicked off with an internal consortium meeting for SusCrop funders and other consortium members.
The Consortium Meeting was organised in an online meeting format. 29 participants attended the SusCrop Consortium Meeting. Aims of the meeting were an update on the ERA-Net’s budget and reporting to the EC, discussion of planned events in 2022 and 2023, and preparations for ongoing and planned funding activities.
The Steering Committee of the 2021 Joint Call has recommended 9 transnational projects for funding.