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  • Better Off Blue – Creating synergies for a bio-based society

    Better Off Blue – Creating synergies for a bio-based society

    The second large-scale SUBMARINER conference will take place in Berlin, Germany on 27–28 September 2017. It aims to identify the most promising actions for real progress towards a blue bioeconomy and bio-based society in the Baltic Sea Region. To this end, it will bring together and create synergies between the work of policy makers and representatives of businesses and research institutions. Along a range of cross-cutting topics, the event will showcase advances made in the current Submariner Network projects and other initiatives from all parts of the Baltic Sea Region.

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  • First Baltic Blue Growth mussel farming stakeholder workshops coming up

    First Baltic Blue Growth mussel farming stakeholder workshops coming up

    Baltic Blue Growth has set up six demonstration mussel farms at different shores of the Baltic Sea to study the preconditions for commercial mussel cultivation at different sites and with different techniques. In each region with a project mussel farm, Baltic Blue Growth partners have now set up regional stakeholder groups, which will meet regularly over the coming years to accompany the mussel farming activities at the given location, discuss advances, challenges and perspectives for its further development.

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  • Elaboration of a joint blue vision in Southwest Finland

    Elaboration of a joint blue vision in Southwest Finland

    The Smart Blue Regions project, the Regional Council of Southwest Finland as well as the City of Turku organised a stakeholder event on 1st February 2017 in Turku (Southwest Finland) dedicated to regional key actors on blue growth. Some 70 participants from the public sector, universities and companies took part to the “Sea Day of Southwest Finland”.

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  • Join our free #BalticBlueBioAlliance mentoring programme

    Join our free #BalticBlueBioAlliance mentoring programme

    Come and join the #BalticBlueBioAlliance – our experts will help you take your blue biotechnology idea to the next level! The Baltic Sea Region's leading marine and biotechnology institutes have joined together and are opening their doors to you: labs, brains, resources, expertise and facilities are at your disposal.

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  • Network secretariat is moving office!

    Network secretariat is moving office!

    On Thursday and Friday Jan 19-20, we’ll be busy packing and unpacking boxes and our phones and internet will be disconnected.

    No worries though - by Monday Jan 23 we’ll be up and running again in our new office.

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  • MUSES: Towards multi-uses in European Seas

    MUSES: Towards multi-uses in European Seas

    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.

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  • Video: launching the Kalmarsound mussel farm

    Video: launching the Kalmarsound mussel farm

    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.

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  • The first newsletter of InnoAquaTech is available!

    The first newsletter of InnoAquaTech is available!

    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.

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  • Video: #BalticBlueBioAlliance at EurOcean conference on marine research infrastructure

    Video: #BalticBlueBioAlliance at EurOcean conference on marine research infrastructure

    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”.

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    Tromsø, Norway


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    Learn more about our strategic action fields, our topics and our
    vision for 2030 forming our SUBMARINER Roadmap.

    Our members represent research institutions, public administrations,
    business parks and private consulting from all shores of the Baltic Sea.

    Ministry of Economic Affairs Schleswig-Holstein
    The Maritime Institute in Gdańsk
    BioCon Valley Mecklenburg-Vorpommern e.V.
    Coastal Research and Planning Institute
    Danish Technological Institute
    Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
    s.Pro – sustainable projects
    Baltic Probiotics
    GEOMAR
    Ida-Viru
    Klaipeda Science and Technology Park
    Latvian Institute of Aquatic Ecology
    National Marine Fisheries Research Institute
    Pomorskie in the European Union Association
    Regional Council of Southwest Finland
    Region Skåne
    Region Östergötland
    Riga Planning Region
    Scottish Association for Marine Science
    Tallinn University of Technology
    Tartu Biotechnology Park
    University of Gdansk
    University of Tartu, Estonian Marine Institute

    The SUBMARINER Network is a flagship project
    of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR).

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    The SUBMARINER Network is a member of the European Centre for
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