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ERA-NET cofund FACCE SURPLUS

ERA-NET cofund FACCE SURPLUS
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FACCE SURPLUS (Sustainable and Resilient agriculture for food and non-food systems) is an ERA-NET Cofund, formed in collaboration between the European Commission and a partnership of 15 countries in the frame of the Joint Programming Initiative on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change (FACCE-JPI).

FACCE SURPLUS is committed to improve collaboration across the European Research Area in the range of diverse, but integrated, food and non-food biomass production and transformation systems, including biorefining. 

The indicative total available budget for the first call amounted to 17M €. In the first call, 14 projects were selected for funding. The projects fall within the three main themes presented in the call:  

  • Spatial targeting of land use to increase biomass production and transformation
  • Developing markets
  • Sustainable intensification of integrated food and non-food systems of agriculture

In January 2017, FACCE SURPLUS launched a second call for transnational research projects on "Small scale Biorefineries".

In December 2017, eight projects were selected to receive funding in the frame of the FACCE SURPLUS ERA-NET 2nd call. 

VISIT THE FACCE SURPLUS WEBSITE for more information

FACCE SURPLUS kick-off meeting

Successful kick-off meeting attracted participants from all of Europe

Two hundred researchers and representatives from European companies got together for three days in Denmark to mark the launch of FACCE SURPLUS...
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New programme increases European research collaboration

New programme increases European research collaboration

Welcome to the future! The new ERA-NET FACCE SURPLUS’ first milestone was reached on March 4, when the window closed for pre-proposals. In total...
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28 projects invited to submit full proposals within the framework of FACCE SURPLUS

28 out of 67 research consortia have received an invitation to participate in the second application step within the framework of FACCE SURPLUS.
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14 projects selected for funding in FACCE SURPLUS

14 projects out of 27 full proposals were chosen to be funded in the framework of FACCE SURPLUS.
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Call for proposals on Research in Sustainable and Resilient Agriculture

Increased demands for food, renewable energy and raw materials from biomass are among the “Great Challenges” for the 21st century. Based on the...
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SURPLUS Kick-off

Register now: FACCE SURPLUS Kick-off meeting and Biorefining Workshop in Denmark

To present funded projects and create synergy with ongoing research, FACCE SURPLUS will host a kick-off event in Denmark on September 14-15, 2016....
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SURPLUS scoping workshop identified four activities

FACCE SURPLUS scoping workshop identified four activities

On 30th and 31st of May 2016 FACCE SURPLUS organized a scoping workshop in Ghent, where members of the FACCE SURPLUS Steering Committee met along...
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FACCE SURPLUS second call

FACCE SURPLUS Pre-announces Second Call for Proposals

FACCE-JPI and FACCE SURPLUS pre-announce the upcoming call for joint research projects. The indicative total available budget amounts to 7M€. The...
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SURPLUS 2nd call announcement

New FACCE SURPLUS Call on Small Scale Biorefineries

FACCE SURPLUS announces the launch of a second call for transnational research projects on "Small scale Biorefineries". The deadline for the...
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Report FACCE SURPLUS Mid-term and valorisation meeting

Report FACCE SURPLUS Mid-term and valorisation meeting

The FACCE SURPLUS Mid-term and valorisation meeting took place on 15th and 16th November in Paris.
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