Partner 28 – scienceview.media

scienceview.media, Eekhoornstraat 33, 1216 AP Hilversum, Nederland, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., +31356249950

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scienceview.media

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Profile Scienceview is an audiovisual company that specializes in documentaries and current affairs, reporting on scientific, cultural and historical topics. Over the past 25 years, Chris Blokhuis (cameraman / producer) and Manfred van Eijk (director / producer) have made a range of documentaries, including films on the emergence of infectious diseases, forest fires, and the destruction and disappearance of precious natural habitat. The treatment is often highly critical of society. We are concerned for the future, both of humankind and the environment. We reveal these cares and problems in our documentaries, at the same time showing how the issues can be tackled by politicians, scientists, and society at large. The power of the image can make complex problems comprehensible to a mass audience.
Our documentaries can often be viewed on the public broadcasting channels, and we frequently collaborate with scientific research institutes and universities.
Institute website http://scienceview.media
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Personnel
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Manfred van Eijk Tel: +31 6 23117880
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Documentary director and producer

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Chris Blokhuis Tel: +31 6 51249906
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Cameraman and producer

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Partner 27 – Fédération Régionale des Agrobiologistes de Bretagne

Fédération Régionale des AgroBiologistes de Bretagne, 12 avenue des peupliers, 35510 Cesson-Sévigné, France, Tel: +33 (0)299773234

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Fédération Régionale des Agrobiologistes de Bretagne

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Profile FRAB is the organization of Brittany’s organic farmers. It gathers 4 local groups of organic farmers : GAB56, GAB22, GAB29 and Agrobio35. The GAB-FRAB network has 4 priorities :
- Developing organic farming in Brittany : transfer of organic practices to conventional farmers, research and development activities, promotion of organic farming
- Supporting organic farmers : training, tools development, food supply chains development
- Supporting installation and transition to organic farming
- Representing and defending organic farmers of Brittany
Around 1.000 organic farmers are members of the network (more or less 50% of organic farmers). 80 farmers are implicated in it as administrators or active members of commissions. About 40 employees work in it, doing technical support, transition to organic farming support, food supply chains advising… GAB-FRAB network is also conducting research actions for years about organic pratices, soils quality, animal welfare or health, crops… in partnership with research centers or technical institutes.
Institute website http://www.agrobio-bretagne.org/
Role in the project Study Site 16 coordinator
 
Personnel
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Goulven Maréchal Tel: +33 257 87 26 54
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Organic farming, rural development, farming systems. Technical coordination for FRAB (research projects, publications and tools development)

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Gaëtan Johan Tel: +33 299 77 09 48
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Soil fertility and quality, agronomy, crop systems, organic farming. Technical support to farmers

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Partner 26 – UNIVERSITY OF ALMERÍA

UNIVERSITY OF ALMERÍA, Carretera Sacramento s/n, 04120 Almería (Spain)

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UNIVERSITY OF ALMERÍA

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Profile The University of Almeria (UAL) is a research-education oriented public university, founded in 1993. It is a non-profit organization and has currently 34 degrees available, including 854 professors. Today it has more than 13,000 students, including 600 doctorate students. A total of 30 departments (125 research groups) are devoted to research and training. In addition to the research work of the departments, the UAL has 7 research institutes.
The UAL’s researcher had got projects from different International Programmes. Some of the most important are IV Framework Programme (9 projects), V Framework Programme (3 projects), VI Framework Programme (6 projects),VII Framework Programme (11 projects) and Horizon 2020 (10 projects).
The UAL has a portfolio of patents with 78 Spanish patents, 14 international applications, 2 protected plant varieties and 2 utility models. There are 22 Spin-offs created from technology or research conducted at the University institution.
Institute website www.ual.es
Role in the project Study Site 15 coordinator
 
Personnel
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Dr. Julián Cuevas González Tel: +34 950 015559
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Professor of Pomology at the University of Almería. Expert in Physiology of flowering and fruiting, especially in Mediterranean and Subtropical fruit crops

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Dr. Virginia Pinillos Villatoro Tel:+ 34 950214106
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Agronomist specialist in management techniques (especially deficit irrigation) for improving fruit quality and productivity in fruit crops

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Dr. Juan José Hueso Martín  Tel: +34 950 580 548
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Agronomist engineer specialist in plant physiology, water relations and crop production in fruit trees.

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Dr. Fernando del Moral Torres  Tel: +34 950 015 924
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Ph Dr. in Biology and graduate in agriculture engineering. Specialist in soil science, mainly soil contamination and restoration and soil fertility. Special interest in soil physical fertility.

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Dr. Yolanda Cantón  Tel:+34950015959
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Biologist interested in understanding how dryland soils function. Expert in the role of soil surface components (especially biocrusts) on runoff and erosion at multiple spatial scales.

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Dr. Emilio Galdeano-Gómez  Tel: +34 950015171
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Economist, specialist in agricultural economics, rural development and environmental economics, with special interest in water management and renewable energy

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Dr. José A. Aznar-Sánchez Tel: +34 950 015192
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Economist, specialist in rural sustainable development, environmental economics, agricultural economics and policy.

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Partner 25 – Crop Research Institute 

Crop Research Institute, Drnovská 507, Prague 6, Post code: 161 06, Czech Republic, Tel: +420 233311661, Fax: +420 233311591

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Crop Research Institute (VÚRV)

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Profile The Crop Research Institute (CRI) is the leading public research institute devoted to crop production research in the Czech Republic. The CRI is the leading institution in the Czech Republic in the field of crop nutrition and nutrient dynamics in agroecosystems. Amongst others, the CRI runs long-term experiments to study changes in soil fertility and soil properties, examining the effects of inorganic and organic fertilisers and crop rotation on the nutrition and yield of a number of crops, changes in weed communities and soil fertility.
The Institute is active in getting involved in bilateral, international and European projects. The CRI has been involved in two FP5 projects, one FP6 projects, five FP7 projects in the position of partner organisation, one ERA-NET project, and a good number of mobility projects. Since 2013 CRI is a coordinator of its first FP7 project with 16 partners involved.
Institute website www.vurv.cz
Role in the project Study Site 14 coordinator
 
Personnel
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Dr. Pavel Čermák Tel: +420 233022499
+420 737267150
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Interested in soil fertility, plant nutrition, nutrients balance in environment, fertilisers & fertilisation, soil testing, field & pot experiments. Coordinating large national & international research projects.

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Ing. Helena Kusá, Ph.D. Tel: + 420 233 022 266
+ 420 702 087 695
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Soil fertility, soil treatment, nutrient management, fertilizers efficiency (15N, inhibitors), agronomy, emissions of nitrogen and greenhouse gases, coordination of research projects

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Ing. Eva Kunzová Tel: +420 702 087 776
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Field monitoring, soil fertility, nutrient balance management, agronomy, nutrient losses to environment, coordination of research projects.

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Ing. Pavel Růžek  Tel: + 420 233 022 220
+ 420 605 233 484
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Soil fertility & technology, field experiments, agronomy, fertilizers efficiency (inhibitors, application technique), emissions of nitrogen and greenhouse gases, coordination of research projects

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ing. Ladislav Menšík, Ph.D. Tel: + 420 607 060 309
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Field monitoring, soil scientist, nutrient management, SOM management, coordination of research projects.

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