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EMPHASIS on the International Year of Plant Health

After 48 months, the EMPHASIS project is now coming to an end. This final workshop will be the chance to disseminate the project results and to pave the way for their future exploitation.

The event will see consortium partners presenting the results and work of the project and external speakers debating on the EMPHASIS outcomes and on the actions need to successfully embrace integrated pest management (IPM) solutions.

EMPHASIS is a multi-actor approach R&I project that has been addressing for 4 years the needs and expectations of all interested parties: researchers, farmers, industries, consumers and policymakers.

The event is open to the public and is free of charge. The workshop will provide many opportunities to:

- Discuss project scientific results related to ways of implementing new technologies to predict, prevent and protect our agricultural and forestry ecosystems from pest threats;

- Debate with stakeholders on how to successfully embrace innovative technologies;

- Present the effective implementation of results in agriculture in light of the forthcoming International Year of Plant Health 2020.

Join us for the final conference of Horizon 2020 EMPHASIS project, hosted by the University of Torino!

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Final Workshop - EMPHASIS on the International Year of Plant Health

The event was organized by the project coordinator Agroinnova, the Center of Competence for the Innovation in the agro-environmental field of University of Torino, directed by Maria Lodovica Gullino.




EMPHASIS survey of potential end-users extended

This short survey aims to learn more about how the practical solutions for pest surveillance, control and eradication developed under the EMPHASIS project address the needs of potential end-users.


EMPHASIS survey of end-users: deadline extended till 19 February 2019




This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 634179.