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FP7, COOPERATION PROGRAMME

The core of FP7 weighting for 32 365 billion euro

The Cooperation programme – the core of FP7 and its largest component by far, fosters collaborative research across Europe and other partner countries, according to several key thematic areas.
These 10 themes are: health; food, agriculture and fisheries, and biotechnology; information and communications technologies; nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production techn...

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The Cooperation programme – the core of FP7 and its largest component by far, fosters collaborative research across Europe and other partner countries, according to several key thematic areas.
These 10 themes are: health; food, agriculture and fisheries,
and biotechnology; information and communications technologies; nanosciences,
nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies; energy; environment (including climate change); transport (including aeronautics); socio-economic sciences
and the humanities; space and security.



Each of these 10 thematic fields of research is divided into sub areas and specific research activities for which the EC defined its policy priorities every year. In this top-down approach, it is important to check whether your project idea matches the research priorities.



More information about the priority research areas : EUROFUNDING database



3 Strong elements of the Cooperation programme



* This programme also includes the new Joint Technology Initiatives, which are industry-driven, large-scale multi-financed actions, supported in certain cases by a mix of public and private funding.

The number of JTI will be rather limited : Innovative Medecines, Embedded Computing Systems, clean skies (greening of aeronautics), hydrogen and fuel cells, and global monitoring for environment and security, nano-electronics. These initiatives have been generated by the European Technology platforms (ETP), that gather all stakeholders around one industrial area (industries, public authorities, research centres, NGOs).



* Other highlights of this programme include Coordination of non-community research programmes, which aims to bring European national and
regional research programmes closer together (e.g. ERA-NET), and the Risk-sharing finance facility.



* Special attention is also being paid to multi-disciplinary and cross-theme research, including joint calls for proposals between themes.

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