Project Summary

AgroServ project gathers more than 70 partners and aims at boosting the research for a resilient and sustainable European agriculture system, and the agroecological transitions. The overarching mission of AgroServ is to support research and innovation by providing customised and integrated RI services in view of achieving a sustainable and resilient agriculture and supporting agroecological transitions. 

AgroServ features a vast offer of services at all scales, from the molecule, to the organism, to the ecosystem, and to the society. AgroServ goes beyond the state-of-the-art because allows users access, for the first time, to make use of a consistent, integrated, and customized offer of services from several RIs spanning all relevant disciplines: they bring together several types of expertise, disciplines and technologies, integrating competences from chemists, biologists, agronomists, ecologists, bioengineers, analysts, sociologists, economists.

The transdisciplinary offer of services will have a high impact on the future of the food system, preserving biodiversity and reducing the impact of agriculture on climate. The consortium will work closely with partners from the society, farmers, industry, citizens and policy makers, through living labs and towards the establishment of evidence-based policy, and codeveloped practices in agriculture.

ESF contribution to the Project

ESF is leading the task on the development of catalogue of services and the sub task on the TNA proposals evaluation for the TNA access. 

Project Partners

The project counts over 70 partners and is coordinated by the CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE - CNRS (FR) 

Timeline & Funding

  • Project duration: 60 months (started the 1st of September 2022)
  • Total funding: 14,252,873.35 €

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe programme under grant agreement No 101058020