New JPI HDHL Implementation Plan for 2019-2021 is published

Corresponding to the recently published new Strategic Research Agenda (SRA), JPI HDHL is delighted to announce the launch of the new Implementation Plan for the years 2019-2021. The Implementation Plan translates the objectives of the SRA into tangible targets for the next three years and defines concrete funding and non-funding activities that will be carried out by the JPI HDHL in the coming years.

The Implementation Plan 2019-2021 has been developed in a joint effort by the Management Board, SAB, SHAB and the CSA partners responsible for this task.

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HDHL-INTIMIC: Knowledge Platform on Food, Diet, Intestinal Microbiomics and Human Health is recommended for funding

The JPI HDHL is pleased to announce that the Knowledge Platform on Food, Diet, Intestinal Microbiomics and Human Health is recommended for funding. Within this platform 52 research groups will work on data standardization, harmonization, knowledge sharing and integration within the field of intestinal microbiomics, diet and health research.

Establishment of the Knowledge platform
The Knowledge Platform is the second joint funding activity of the ERA-Net Cofund HDHL-INTIMIC. Fifteen funding organisations from 9 countries selected research groups from various disciplines to be part of this transnational and multidisciplinary consortium.

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JPI HDHL and Fit4Food2030 at Presidency event in Romania

On the 22nd of May, the conference: “Circularity and Resource Efficiency of Food Systems” takes place in Bucharest, Romania. The event will be organised under the Romanian Presidency of the European Council. High level representatives from the ministries of Research & Innovation and Agriculture and the President of the Romanian Academy for Agriculture and Forestry Sciences will be present. In addition there will be researchers and other food chain stakeholders from Romania and other European Countries.

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Vlog JPI HDHL conference online

The vlog that JPI HDHL chair, Martijntje Bakker, made of the 5th JPI HDHL conference in February is now online. In the vlog, Martijntje takes you through the day and several speakers give you an impression of their session. In addition, Martijntje mentions some highlights of the panel discussion and she ends with the most important take home messages.

More information about the 5th JPI HDHL conference
For the conference report, click here
For the vlogs that were made by early career scientists, click here

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Final symposia of JPI HDHL projects

Fourteen JPI HDHL funded projects joined the final symposia on the 21st of February in Brussels to present and discuss their project’s results. The overall focus of the final symposia was: how will the project results reach their maximal impact? The researchers shared the expected impact of their project results and their vision on the implementation and dissemination of those results.

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