What is it about?
The ‘Focus on FP7’ series aims to provide a better understanding of specific FP7 calls. This event will
focus on food research which has the potential for even stronger North/South links. The event will give
insights into the nutrition, food processing and food safety-related topics of the next Food, Agriculture
and Fisheries, and Biotechnology (FAFB) FP7 call (July 2012) and will serve as a platform for sharing
experience and to meet potential partners from across the island.

Who should attend?
This event is targeted at researchers and companies on the island interested in submitting project
proposals under the environment call within the following indicative topics:
• Impact of food and nutritional behaviour, lifestyle and the socio-economic environment on
depression and proposed remedial actions
• Development and industrial application of sensors for food processing operations
• Transfer of knowledge on traditional foods to SMEs
• Saving water and energy for resource-efficient food processing
• Food quality and safety
• Quality and authenticity in the food chain

What can you expect?
• Introduction to potential topics of the upcoming call, covering the key features expected in the
work programme.
• Presentation of best practice case studies of collaborative projects in the area.
• Opportunity of networking with peers from within your area of expertise.
• Presentation of the support mechanisms available from InterTradeIreland, Invest NI, Enterprise
Ireland and the Department of Agriculture, Food & the Marine.

Where and when?
Registration is from 9.30am on 22th June 2012, with the event running from 10.00am until 1.30pm
(including lunch) at the Titanic Building, Belfast.

How can you take part?
This is an invitation-only event, if you have a track record of research within agri-food related areas and
would like to attend, please contact InterTradeIreland at: FP7support@intertradeireland.com 

For more information visit: http://www.intertradeireland.com/fp7support/focus_on_fp7_series/

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