To address European ambitions in terms of reducing energy consumption, introducing renewable energy sources, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and safety concerns, Flanders supports the sustainable transitions in technology trends that the automotive manufacturing industry have to address to remain
'Food Quality and Safety' (Priority area 5) aims to assure the health and well-being of European citizens through a better understanding of the influence of food intake and environmental factors on human health. It also aims to provide European consumers with safer, high-quality and health-promoting
Research infrastructures play an increasing role in the advancement of knowledge, technology and their exploitation. They need a broad range of expertise to be developed and should be used and exploited by a large community of scientists and industries on a European scale.
The legislation to establish the Fifth Framework Programme, the specific programmes established under it and the rules for participation in the new programme was adopted by the European Council on 22 December 1998. "Energy, environment and sustainable development" is the fourth thematic programme of
Although Europe hosts a large and diversified pool of skilled human resources for research and innovation this needs to be constantly replenished improved and adapted to the rapidly evolving needs of the labour market. In 2011 only 46 % of this pool worked in the business sector which is much lower
With a view to the successful creation of the European Research Area, the Human Resources and Mobility activity involves a coherent set of actions, largely based on the financing of structured mobility schemes for researchers. These are essentially geared to the development and transfer of research
Considering that the improvement in the rational use of energy resources is an essential contribution to the European Union's strategy to stabilize CO2 emissions at the 1990 level by the year 2000, the Commission adopted a proposal for a Council decision for a SAVE II multi-annual Programme to
The legislation to establish the Fifth Framework Programme, the specific programmes established under it and the rules for participation in the new programme was adopted by the European Council on 22 December 1998. "User-friendly information society" is the second thematic programme of the Fifth