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ETP "Food for Life" newsletter issue 14
Welcome
 


Dear Colleagues,


Welcome to this special issue of the ETP "Food for Life" newsletter.

During the last months we have been working intensely in revamping our ETP in order to ensure better alignment with Horizon 2020 (2014-2020) and other European Instruments and with the European Commission’s plan for driving investment, sustainable growth and jobs.

As a starting point, FoodDrinkEurope’s experts have identified the gaps in knowledge and technology that still need to be overcome to allow the European food sector grow at its full potential, for the benefit of society. These strategic research priorities for the European food and drink industry were presented at FoodDrinkEurope Congress at Expo Milano on 2 July 2015, and will be further worked by the ETP following its restructuring. 

With a new vision and strategy of the ETP "Food for Life" in place, we are now looking for 14 excellent scientists/techonologists who wish to join our Leadership Team. This team will lead the process to define a pre-competitive research strategy and a collaborative approach to execute an Implementation Action Plan. Please do not hesitate in consulting the call for applications published in this newsletter if you are interested in applying.


I wish you an enjoyable read.




Prof. Dr Gert Meijer
ETP "Food for Life" Chairperson 

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ETP 'Food for Life' Highlights
The European Technology Platform "Food for Life" seeks applications for new members of the Leadership Team


The call for applications for the Leadership Team of the ETP "Food for Life" is now open till 17 August 2015. We are looking for:

  • 7 experienced, leading and active scientists/technologists working for a FoodDrinkEurope member company, either large or medium sized, and
  • 7 experienced, leading and active scientists/technologists working for an European University.
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FoodDrinkEurope in Focus
FoodDrinkEurope launches Research Priorities and Principles
 

During its Congress “Taste of Tomorrow”, held at Expo Milano, FoodDrinkEurope launched its main strategic research priorities, supported by a set of Principles for Research Conduct, which aim at establishing common ground for objective conclusions in research and science.

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