The Horizon 2020 funded project MUSES (Multi-Uses in European Seas) is the latest SUBMARINER Network project to be launched. The kick-off meeting took place in Brussels on 13-14 December and brought together the project consortium of 10 European partners, led by Marine Scotland.
Watch the launch of the mussel farm in Byxelkrok in the Swedish Kalmarsound in June 2016! The farm is one of six mussel farms that form the basis of the Baltic Blue Growth project. Placed at the northern inlet of the Swedish Kalmarsund, it uses a submerged net-farm production system designed to withstand ice and offshore conditions.
The first newsletter of InnoAquaTech has just been published! The first project meeting took place in October in Rostock (Germany) and was used to discuss how to get the best out of the project and how to strengthen the outreach to companies in relevant value chain sectors. A first possibility to communicate the project was found a few weeks later when the University of Rostock hosted the project poster and presentation from their stand at the EuroTier Trade Fair, where more than 163.000 visitors attended.
Anna Kaczorowska from the University of Gdańsk represented the SUBMARINER Network and our Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance on the EurOcean conference “Facilitating Transnational Usage of Europe´s Marine Research Infrastructure”.
Fighting the onset of age-related blindness with algae-based dietary supplements; using Baltic Sea mollusc shells for bone tissue engineering; or improving the efficiency of bioenergy production with a new dryer – these exciting biotech ideas are among the newest cases to be helped by the #BalticBlueBioAlliance.
In the framework of the 7th Annual Forum for the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) - which will take place in Stockholm on the 8th and 9th November 2016 - the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth is publishing a brochure presenting the Strategy and its financial opportunities for Baltic stakeholders.
Few Interreg projects of great relevance for the EUSBSR are introduced in this brochure including Smart Blue Regions.
You can now provide your input by 2nd December 2016. Filling in the survey will only take you 15 minutes.
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The Interreg South Baltic Programme project: “Cross-border development and transfer of innovative and sustainable aquaculture” (aka. InnoAquaTech) for which BioCon Valley GmbH is lead partner, gathered 20 research, technology and development partners and associated partners from 4 countries in the South Baltic Region for a Kick Off seminar in Rostock.