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EuPC welcomes latest call for proposals under FP7
FP7 is the 7th EU Research and Technological Framework Programme for the period 2007-2013. The total value of this latest call is 8.1 billion euro and funding under this call may be drawn down by successful applicants from the educational, research, private and public sectors during the year 2013.
EuPC welcomes these latest calls and encourages plastics converters in Europe to become involved in potential research projects and to seek partnerships in consortiums applying under this latest call and other EU funding sources for R&D.
Companies may find out more about application procedures and potential consortiums through their national contact points, details of which may be found at the following link:
Commenting on the announcement of the latest call Alexandre Dangis (Managing Director EuPC) stated "Now more than ever industry in Europe needs to become more involved in research and innovation in order to secure a future competitive Europe and hence boost growth and employment in Europe". For this very reason ECP4 - the European Composites, Plastics & Polymer Processing Platform was set up in 2011 in order to stimulate competitiveness through innovation for the plastics and composites converters industry in Europe. ECP4 unites plastics and composites converters with toplevel European research organisations. EuPC and ECP4 shall strive towards increased research and innovation in the plastics and composites converters industry, but in order to do this we need support from public funding sources such as FP7.
On June 29th 2012 the European Commission announced 80 billion euro in funding for the next framework programme - Horizon 2020 (2014 - 2020). EuPC will continue to follow developments and funding opportunities for research and innovation in the plastics converting industry.
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