1 La E.I.P. «Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability: il coinvolgimento delle imprese chimiche PARCO TECNOLOGICO PADANO Simona Palermo - Project Manager
2 Lodi innovation Cluster Parco Tecnologico Padano (PTP) is the engine of the Lodi Innovation Cluster, a commercially-oriented research network in biotech & food tech that: deals with regional needs performs highly effective research to support regional development creates start-ups and spin-offs by offering know-how, incubator facilities and services.
3 Lodi innovation Cluster PTP is a Cluster management organisation operating as a non profit Foundation promoted by public bodies Founders Other shareholders Università degli Studi di Milano ASL Lodi ELPZoo (Fond. Cariplo) Istituto Lazzaro Spallanzani Associazione Pad. Studi Un. Associazione Italiana Allevatori Provincia di Milano CCIAA di Milano Comune di Milano Supported by Regione Lombardia, Fondazione Cariplo
4 Lodi innovation Cluster
5 Main PTP activities Management of the Facilities Building of the Facilities Research Technology Transfer Platform services International Cooperation Business Incubation Cluster management
6 Biodiversity Food Tech OMICS PTP-CeRSA carries out innovative research on genomics and genetic diversity to discover traits for quality and pathogen resistance in crops and livestock and diagnostic tools for food safety and traceability. Food Security& Safety Agroenergy Plant Sciences Animal Sciences
9 Cattle Disease Production Sheep Disease Diversity Swine Meat quality Disease Poultry Disease Fish Diversity Parasites Honeybees Disease Bioinformatics Statistical methods Statistical analysis Population genetics studies Software and Database implementation Food safety and quality Traceability Pathogen detection Origin and authenticity Rice Diversity Disease resistance Peach Fruit quality /aroma Sequencing Grape Sequencing Pathogen resistance Barley Architecture Drought resistance
10 EMERGING FIELDS Functional Foods and Nutraceutics Green Energy (biomasses, biofuels, etc.) Molecular pharming Animal stem cells
11 PTP - Past, Present & Future
13 PTP Bioeconomy Member of ASSOBIOTEC working groups (since 2004) Coordinator of the national working group on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioeconomy (Dr Carenzo, Executive Director, since 2010) Co-organizer of the Italian event of Bioeconomy and Industrial Biotechnology IFIB (since 2011);
14 PTP Bioeconomy Regional Cluster CAT.AL National Cluster CL.AN World Food Cluster
15 The European Innovation Partnership Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability
16 The context Europe 2020 Strategy [COM (2010)2020] CAP towards 2020 [COM (2010)672] Budget for Europe 2020 [COM(2011) 500] EU 2020 flagship initiative Innovation Union [COM(2010) 546]
17 The context European Innovation Partnership (EIP): a new way to foster innovation by uniting researchers, stakeholders, Member States and policy-makers around a common societal challenge. Pilot EIP (2011): Active and Healthy Ageing EIP on Raw Materials EIP on Water EIP on Smart Cities EIP on Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability EIP-A is focussed on smart and sustainable growth in agriculture involving the entire supply chain.
18 The challenge global food demand 70% by 2050 demand for feed, fibre, biomass, and biomaterial overexploitation of natural resources, environmental damages need for innovation and research overcoming of the gap between research and practice
19 The stakeholders Partners along the whole supply chain, at different institutional and geographical levels (Member States, regions and local level) and in different sectors. Key actors: farmers, advisors, rural enterprises, scientists, environmental groups, consumers, etc. Other sectors: satellite navigation technology, biotechnology, ICT, biochemical industry, fertiliser and pesticide industry, veterinary services, food and biomass processing industry, packaging industry, and retailers.
20 The stakeholders interactive innovation model Operational Groups (bottom-up approach) common. objective innovation transfer : development, testing and application
21 The need for a EU approach EU approach - EU-wide agricultural research. Streghtening of existing instruments for innovation offered by EU framework for Rural Development smart networking EU Innovation and Research Policy cluster initiatives, large scale pilot and demonstration projects, innovation centres
22 The expected benefits Two headline targets: promoting productivity and efficiency of the agricultural sector Promoting sustainability of agriculture preserving soil functionality, water and ecosystem protection and resilience, carbon sequestration, reduction of GHG emissions, reducing energy needs, and preserving eco-system services.
23 The governance Light structure High Level Steering Board: 42 high level personalities representing Member State, regions, farmers' and forestry organisations, science, environmental and consumer organisations, etc. Sherpas: Strategic Implementation Plan, interaction with the EC
24 The Strategic Implementation Plan The Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP): identifies strategic priorities and areas of operation for the EIP-A; identifies main acting stakeholders and broader stakeholder communities, analyses bottlenecks, recommends strategic solutions for tackling bottlenecks; makes recommendations on how to pursue innovative solutions which advance productivity whilst integrating environmental and social concerns; makes recommendations on enabling conditions and success factors for the effective and efficient implementation of the EIP-A.
25 The roadmap February 29th 2012: launch of the new European Innovation Partnership (EIP) on Agricultural Sustainability and Productivity [COM(2012) 79] January 8 th 2013: establishment of the High Level Steering Board January 15 th 2013: establishment of the Sherpa Group February 21 st 2013: 1 st Meeting of the Steering Board February 25 th 2013: 1 st Meeting of the Sherpa Group March 31 st 2013: First version of the Strategic Implementation Plan April 19 th 2013: 2 nd Meeting of the Sherpa Group next steps: July 11 th 2013: 2 nd Meeting of the Steering Board
26 EIP-A s priorities Bioeconomy strategy Five indicative priority areas for research and innovation have been selected on the basis of input and exchange with stakeholders and researchers: Increased agricultural productivity, output, and resource efficiency Innovation in support of the bio-based economy Biodiversity, Ecosystem services, and soil functionality Innovative products and services for the integrated supply chain Food quality, food safety and healthy lifestyles special emphasis on supporting biorefineries and on strengthening the biobased value chain through improved information flow between farmers, researchers, scientists, NGOs and Industry.
27 EIP-A s priorities Bioeconomy strategy [source: EuropaBio]
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