Ms Rosa Osuna, Deputy Manager at Bionaturis Group, took part last week in an informative workshop about the main topics of the programme “Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy” within Horyzon 2020 EU R&D funding framework. In particular, PhD Rosa Osuna shared Bionaturis experience in the speech ‘The European projects as part of a funding R&D strategy”. The workshop, organized by Cadiz University and  Agencia Andaluza del Conocimiento, in collaboration with Red Otri Andalusia, was held at Puerto Real University Campus.

The event analysed the funding opportunities for researchers and Andalusian institutions within the programme 2014/2015, and the currently open funding scheme for 2015. The activity was devoted to research groups from private and public institutions.

Bionaturis is taking part in the European Project Targetfish, addressed to develop new vaccines for aquaculture, along with 30 partners from 13 different countries.

Spain, in third position

Exactly, Spain is in third position -behind Germany and The United Kingdom- that has got more funding and projects from Horyzon 2020 EU R&D funding framework. In total, the Spanish candidates has received 224 million euros devoteed to 761 projects.

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