HOR IZ ON 2020THE M ATIC NE TW OR KThe EUFRUIT thematic network was launched in March 2016. Througha multi-actor approach,it aims to improve the implementation ofresearch outcomes into practicalandapplicable knowledge that will directly benefit the European fruit sector.The EUFRUIT consortium consistsof 21 partners, including research institutes, universities, and industrial partners who represent key parts of the fruit supply chain, from 12 European countries; these partners can be foundon the project website:http://eufrin.org.“Each of the partners are leaders from a national perspective. Working together, we have developed a framework for identifying and exchanging knowledge via the EUFRUIT project and its Knowledge Platform, this approach will ensure the rapidly dissemination of the latest findings across the EU” says the coordinator of EUFRUIT, Michelle Williams of Aarhus University, Denmark. Gathering and analysing existing knowledgeEUFRUIT does not seek to create fundamental new knowledge or technologies but rather to gather and analyse state-of-the-art knowledge,to synthesise the national and regional best-practiceswithin the four thematic areasand to share this knowledge through the EUFRUIT network.

EUFRUIT

LUCA CORELLI GRAPPADELLI
Membro del Collaboration Group
2018

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HOR IZ ON 2020THE M ATIC NE TW OR KThe EUFRUIT thematic network was launched in March 2016. Througha multi-actor approach,it aims to improve the implementation ofresearch outcomes into practicalandapplicable knowledge that will directly benefit the European fruit sector.The EUFRUIT consortium consistsof 21 partners, including research institutes, universities, and industrial partners who represent key parts of the fruit supply chain, from 12 European countries; these partners can be foundon the project website:http://eufrin.org.“Each of the partners are leaders from a national perspective. Working together, we have developed a framework for identifying and exchanging knowledge via the EUFRUIT project and its Knowledge Platform, this approach will ensure the rapidly dissemination of the latest findings across the EU” says the coordinator of EUFRUIT, Michelle Williams of Aarhus University, Denmark. Gathering and analysing existing knowledgeEUFRUIT does not seek to create fundamental new knowledge or technologies but rather to gather and analyse state-of-the-art knowledge,to synthesise the national and regional best-practiceswithin the four thematic areasand to share this knowledge through the EUFRUIT network.
2016
LUCA CORELLI GRAPPADELLI
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