The Baltic Blue Growth establishes fully operational mussel farms to counteract eutrophication and create new blue growth opportunities. Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions about the project Baltic Blue Growth and mussel farming in the Baltic Sea in general.
The list of diverse training opportunities in blue bioeconomy and biotechnology has been updated!
Schleswig-Holstein’s Minister for Economic Affairs, Transport, Employment, Technology and Tourism, Dr Bernd Buchholz, welcomed the participants of the First International Cluster Workshop in Kiel in the framework of the Smart Blue Regions project.
Matthias Maluck from the State Archaeological Department of Schleswig-Holstein (the lead partner of the BalticRIM project) was interviewed by the Interreg Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat about the importance of maritime cultural heritage among spatial planners.
Twenty-two unique cases have joined since 2016 in four batches: SMEs, start-ups and spin-offs at different stage of development all take part in the Alliance project enjoying an extensive free mentorship programme. But who are they? Here are some interesting statistics of these 22 cases.
The workshop "Clusters in maritime technologies and tourism – cooperation opportunities in the Baltic Sea Region" will take place on 13 – 14 March 2018 in Kiel, Germany.
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. We offer assistance in all kinds of areas, from scientific and technical development to contractucal and financial expertise to marketing. Together we will identify what’s needed to build your value chain and find the right partners.
Smart Blue Regions project workshop "Offshore wind energy supply chain – future outlook for technologies and cooperation" will take place in Gdańsk on 26 April 2018.