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INSTITUTE OF FOOD RESEARCH - United Kingdom 

Ranking results:

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European project participation (2000-01-01 - 2019-12-31 MEDICINE):

Performance:

Funding:

Total funding allocated to projects this organisation participated or coordinated

Funding per Partner:

Since 2014 individual funding per partner. If data is not available at CORDIS: total funding / No of participants.

Projects:
Leadership:

Total number of projects: 38
As coordinator: 7
As participant: 26
Sole participant: 5
Coordinator / Participant Ratio: 0.27*

*Ratio includes only projects with > 2 partners

Summary:
Total project funding [€]:Projects [No]:
Year:coordinator*participant*per partner  as coordinatoras participant
2012 0 5.967.951 320.276 1
2011 0 2.999.807 4.005 1
2010 0 5.985.934 154.509 1
2009 0 5.895.601 256.330 1
2008 0 2.993.752 187.110 1
2007 0 10.999.807 229.163 1
2006 0 3.194.500 355.117 2
2005 3.099.158 3.999.997 546.089 1 1
2004 0 25.975.995 512.865 2
2003 54.481 3.096.662 424.866 1 2
2002 999.032 4.100.185 812.374 2 3
2001 3.586.874 2.113.915 730.667 3 2
2000 6.593.255 15.360.298 2.516.486 5 8
*n.b.: These numbers represent the total amount of funds allocated to projects this institution has participated in, not the funding allocated to this institution

Networking:

Partners:
Institution:Projects [No]:
WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY22
INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE AGRONOMIQUE20
VTT TECHNICAL RESEARCH CENTRE OF FINLAND12
AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS10
STICHTING DIENST LANDBOUWKUNDIG ONDERZOEK10
UNILEVER UK CENTRAL RESOURCES9
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND CORK8
UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA8
UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI8
NEDERLANDSE ORGANISATIE VOOR TOEGEPAST NATUURWETENSCHAPPELIJK ONDERZOEK TNO7
NOFIMA MAT AS7
TEAGASC AGRICULTURE AND FOOD DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY7
EUROPEAN FOOD INFORMATION RESSOURCE AISBL6
ISTITUTO NAZIONALE DI RICERCA PER GLI ALIMENTI E LA NUTRIZIONE6
ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI SANITA6
RIJKSINSTITUUT VOOR VOLKSGEZONDHEID EN MILIEU6
CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS5
DANISH VETERINARY AND FOOD ADMINISTRATION5
DANMARKS TEKNISKE UNIVERSITET5
KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN5
NESTEC S A5
UNIVERSITY OF AARHUS5
UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA5
BUNDESINSTITUT FUR RISIKOBEWERTUNG4
CONSIGLIO PER LA RICERCA IN AGRICOLTURA E L'ANALISI DELL'ECONOMIA AGRARIA4
EUROPEAN FOOD INFORMATION COUNCIL AISBL4
FOOD RESEARCH INSTITUTE4
INSTITUT ZA MEDICINSKA ISTRA IVANJA4
KAROLINSKA INSTITUTE4
KING'S COLLEGE LONDON4
LUNDS UNIVERSITET4
NATIONAL AND KAPODISTRIAN UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS4
SIK INSTITUTET FOER LIVSMEDEL OCH BIOTEKNIK AB4
SWEDISH INSTITUTE FOR FOOD RESEARCH AND BIOTECHNOLOGY AB4
TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF DENMARK4
TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET MUENCHEN4
THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR ENVIRONMENT FOOD AND RURAL AFFAIRS4
UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI SIENA4
UNIVERSITAET FUER BODENKULTUR WIEN4
UNIVERSITEIT GENT4
UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN4
UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW4
UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS4
UNIVERSITY OF READING4
UNIVERSITY OF SURREY4
UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER4
VEREIN ZUR FOERDERUNG DES TECHNOLOGIETRANSFERS AN DER HOCHSCHULE BREMERHAVEN E V4
A N BAKH INSTITUTE OF BIOCHEMISTRY OF THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES3
ACADEMISCH ZIEKENHUIS BIJ DE UNIVERSITEIT VAN AMSTERDAM3
AGENCIA ESTATAL CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS3
AGROTECHNOLOGY AND FOOD INNOVATIONS BV3
BRITISH NUTRITION FOUNDATION3
BUDAPESTI MUSZAKI ES GAZDASAGTUDOMANYI EGYETEM3
CAMPDEN AND CHORLEYWOOD FOOD RESEARCH ASSOCIATION3
CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE3
CSIR COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH3
EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZUERICH3
FUNDACION GAIKER3
GOETEBORGS UNIVERSITET3
ILSI EUROPE A I S B L3
IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE3
INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE SAUDE DR RICARDO JORGE3
NATIONAL FOOD AND NUTRITION INSTITUTE3
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH FOR FOOD AND NUTRITION3
NETHERLANDS ORGANISATION FOR APPLIED SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH3
STICHTING TOP INSTITUTE FOOD AND NUTRITION3
SWEDISH UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES3
SWISS FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ZUERICH3
TERVEYDEN JA HYVINVOINNIN LAITOS3
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM THE AUTHORITY FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT3
UNILEVER NEDERLAND BV3
UNIVERSIDAD POLITECNICA DE MADRID3
UNIVERSITA CATTOLICA DEL SACRO CUORE3
UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI NAPOLI FEDERICO II3
UNIVERSITE CATHOLIQUE DE LOUVAIN3
UNIVERSITEIT MAASTRICHT3
UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA3
UNIVERZA V LJUBLJANI3
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL3
WARSAW AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY3
AARHUS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS2
AGENCE NATIONALE DE SECURITE SANITAIRE DE L'ALIMENTATION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT ET DU TRAVAIL2
AGROBIOINSTITUTE2
AMYLUM EUROPE NV2
ASSOCIATION DEPARTEMENTALE POUR LA PROMOTION DE LA RECHERCHE APPLIQUEE AUX INDUSTRIES AGRICOLES ET ALIMENTAIRES2
BAIGENT2
BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS2
CAMPDEN BRI MAGYARORSZAG NONPROFIT KORLATOLT FELELOSSEGU TARSASAG2
CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE2
CLB SANQUIN BLOOD SUPPLY FOUNDATION2
COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE2
COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES2
COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES2
CONSORZIO INTERUNIVERSITARIO RISONANZE MAGNETICHE DI METALLOPROTEINE PARAMAGNETICHE2
DANISCO2
DANISH INSTITUTE FOR FOOD AND VETERINARY RESEARCH2
DANISH TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE2
DEPARTMENT FOR ENVIRONMENT FOOD AND RURAL AFFAIRS2
DEUTSCHES INSTITUT FUER ERNAEHRUNGSFORSCHUNG2
DOUBLE DELTA KERESKEDELMI TERMELO ES KUTATASFEJLESZTESI BETETI TARSASAG2
Constancy:

Total number of partners:1254

Partner loyalty:
Frequent Partner: (> 2 projects): 382
Rare Partner: 872

Frequent / Rare Partner Ratio: 0.44

Diversity:

Categories:
Category:No:
AGRICULTURE AND MARINE RESOURC48
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES46
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONCERNS39
PROTECTING MAN AND HIS ENVIRON37
RTD HORIZONTAL TOPICS35
INDUSTRY AND TECHNOLOGY24
MEASUREMENTS AND STANDARDS4

Project overview:

Start dateProjectacronymrolefundingpartners
2012-02-01Total Diet Study Exposure TDSEXPOSUREparticipant5.967.95131
2011-02-01"Low cost technologies and traditional ingredients for the production of affordable, nutritionally correct foods improving health in population groups at risk of poverty" CHANCEparticipant2.999.80718
2010-06-01PLANT food supplements: Levels of Intake, Benefit and Risk Assessment PlantLIBRAparticipant5.985.93426
2009-09-01Molecular targets open for regulation by the gut flora new avenues for improved diet to optimize European health TORNADOparticipant5.895.60123
2008-09-01TOWARDS SAFE AND EFFECTIVE IMMUNOTHERAPY OF PERSISTENT LIFE-THREATENING FOOD ALLERGIES FASTparticipant2.993.75216
2007-01-01Improved bio-traceability of unintended microorganisms and their substances in food and feed chains BIOTRACE IPparticipant10.999.80748
2006-10-01Analysis and control of egg contamination by Salmonella and other zoonotic pathogens after the move of laying hens to enriched cages and alternative housing systems SAFEHOUSEparticipant2.661.05012
2006-09-01European Technology Platform for the Agro-Food Sector: Food for Life EUFOOD4LIFEparticipant533.4504
2005-02-01Reducing food processing waste REPROcoordinator3.099.15813
2005-01-01Flavonoids in fruits and vegetables : their impact on food quality, nutrition and human health FLAVOparticipant3.999.99713
2004-04-01Promoting food safety through a new integrated risk analysis approach for foods SAFE FOODSparticipant11.576.00137
2004-01-01Health promoting, safe seafood of high eating quality in a consumer driven fork-to-farm concept SEAFOODPLUSparticipant14.399.99472
2003-04-01Folates: analysis, bioavailability and health - international conference EUROFOODFOLATEcoordinator54.4811
2003-01-01Typical food products in europe : consumer preference and objective assessment TYPICparticipant1.679.89010
2003-01-01Development and application of a tti based safety monitoring and assurance system (smas) for chilled meat products TTI-MEAT SAFETY SYSTparticipant1.416.7727
2002-09-01Processing effects of food allergen-lipid interactions during digestion F JAVIER MORENOcoordinator114.2721
2002-03-01Chickpea as a potential source of high-quality protein for food formula CHICKFOODparticipant532.33313
2002-01-01The effect of gastrointestinal digestion on the allergenicity of foods ALLERGESTparticipant1.551.7237
2002-01-01Optimisation of safe food processing methods based on accurate characterisation of bacterial lag time using analysis of variance techniques BACANOVAcoordinator884.7606
2002-01-01Development of novel anti-bacterials and anti-infectives that target programmed bacterial cell death BAS ANTI-MICROBIALSparticipant2.016.1297
2001-10-01Pathology and ecology of the genus clostridium in humans, animals and foodstuffs: identification, epidemiology and prophylaxis GENUS CLOSTRIDIUMparticipant387.48027
2001-03-01Oral delivery of vaccine and therapeutic products using non-pathogenic lactic acid bacteria LABDELcoordinator1.717.7149
2001-01-06Genetic engineering of lactic acid bacteria for the production of biovanillin. MARTINEZ CUESTA, MAcoordinator114.2721
2001-01-01Solving the problem of glycosidase inhibitors in food processing. GEMINIcoordinator1.754.8888
2001-01-01Plant food allergies: field to table strategies for reducing their incidence in europe (SAFE) SAFEparticipant1.726.4359
2000-12-01Comparative analysis of proteome modulation in human pathogenic bacteria for the identification of new vaccines, diagnostics and antibacterial drug targets participant668.19610
2000-11-01Bacterial two-component systems as targets for the development of novel antibacterials and anti-infectives. TCS-TARGETScoordinator1.299.1046
2000-07-04Development of an accurate and sensitive method for measuring iron bioavailability in humans BEATRIZ SARRIAcoordinator114.2721
2000-02-01Reliable, standardised, specific, quantitative detection of genetically modified food QPCRGMOFOODparticipant1.686.23412
2000-02-01Evaluation of the safety and efficacy of iron supplementation in the pregnant women FEMMESparticipant1.837.9169
2000-02-01New methodologies for assessing the potential of unintended effects in genetically modified food crops. GMOCAREparticipant2.694.90210
2000-02-01Optimal nutrition towards osteoporosis prevention: impact of diet and gene-nutrient interactions on calcium and bone metabolipm. OSTEODIETparticipant1.454.0637
2000-02-01Recombinant polypeptides for antigenic mimicry of bacterial surface polysaccharides PEPSAC-MIMICparticipant1.000.0007
2000-02-01Immunology and ageing in Europe participant945.00029
2000-02-01Folate: from food to functionality and optimal health FOLATE FUNC HEALTHcoordinator2.295.39616
2000-02-01Designing and improving health and food related production processes using filamentous fungal cell factories EUROFUNDparticipant5.073.98724
2000-01-01Health implications of natural non-nutrient antioxidants (polyphenols); bioavailability and colon carcinogenesis. POLYBINDcoordinator2.310.40712
2000-01-01European research on functional effects of dietary antioxydants coordinator574.0761

Alias institution names:
  • INSTITUTE OF FOOD RESEARCH

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