Bando comunitario:"Industria 2020 nell’Economia Circolare” - Horizon 2020.
Scadrà il 27 Ottobre 2016 l’Invito ‘Industria 2020 nell’Economia Circolare’, reso pubblico nell'ambito del Pilastro “Leadership Industriale” del Programma Horizon 2020 per la Ricerca e l'Innovazione.
Con riferimento alla prima fase i temi saranno:
-BIOTEC-05-2017:”Microbial platforms for CO2-reuse processes in the low-carbon economy”;
-BIOTEC-06-2017:”Optimisation of biocatalysis and downstream processing for the sustainable production of high value-added platform chemicals”;
-BIOTEC-07-2017:”New Plant Breeding Techniques (NPBT) in molecular farming: Multipurpose crops for industrial bioproducts”;
-NMBP-04-2017:”Architectured /Advanced material concepts for intelligent bulk material structures”;
-NMBP-05-2017:”Advanced materials and innovative design for improved functionality and aesthetics in high added value consumer goods”;
-NMBP-06-2017:”Improved material durability in buildings and infrastructures, including offshore”;
-NMBP-07-2017:”Systems of materials characterisation for model, product and process optimisation”;
-NMBP-12-2017:”Development of a reliable methodology for better risk management of engineered biomaterials in Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products and/or Medical Devices”;
-NMBP-13-2017:”Cross-cutting KETs for diagnostics at the point-of-care”;
-NMBP-14-2017:”Regulatory Science Framework for assessment of risk benefit ratio of Nanomedicines and Biomaterials”;
-NMBP-15-2017:”Nanotechnologies for imaging cellular transplants and regenerative processes in vivo”;
-NMBP-19-2017:”Cost-effective materials for ‘power-to-chemical’ technologies”;
-NMBP-20-2017:”High-performance materials for optimizing carbon dioxide capture”;
-NMBP-22-2017:”Business models and industrial strategies supporting novel supply chains for innovative product-services”;
-NMBP-25-2017:”Next generation system integrating tangible and intangible materials model components to support innovation in industry”;
-NMBP-28-2017:”Framework and strategies for nanomaterial characterisation, classification, grouping and read-across for risk analysis”;
-NMBP-29-2017:”Advanced and realistic models and assays for nanomaterial hazard assessment”;
-NMBP-35-2017:”Innovative solutions for the conservation of 20th century cultural heritage”.
La cifra massima disponibile, per il seguente bando, è pari a 234.190.000,00 Euro.