Interreg Baltic Sea Region has opened a call for applications for project platforms, which enable projects to team up, and in this way increase the impact of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region’s projects and other EU-funded projects in the area. The total budget for a project platform can be up to EUR 1 million. In total 4-6 platforms are expected to be funded depending on the quality of the applications.
The deadline to propose sessions for the Goldschmidt 2018 (12-17 August 2018, Boston, Massachusetts, USA) is November 1st, 2017. Goldschmidt 2018 is the latest edition of the Goldschmidt conference, which was started in 1988 by the international Geochemical Society (GS) to provide a forum for its members to discuss their latest research.
Do you have an idea for a seminar, short course or other kind of training event? EKLIPSE is inviting representatives of networks, organisations, projects and other entities to submit proposals to develop capacity building events relevant to the Science-Policy-Society interface, regarding biodiversity, ecosystem services, and related challenges. EKLIPSE seeks to be responsive to community development needs across the European Union by supporting multi-national events that add value to science, policy and society.
Research projects which are supported by the EU through Horizon 2020 and previous framework programmes are having a real impact on the life of Europe's citizens and our society as a whole. The projects often have compelling stories to tell. But reaching out to a large non-specialist audience is not always that easy. So we are opening a communication channel based on our network of social media followers to complement your own outreach activities. The aim of this call is to help these projects reach out to a larger audience in the realm of social media.
This new forum's role will be to identify measures to open up markets for emerging products, to explore further research needs, or to point to areas where seed funding is required. The forum will deliver a pipeline of medium to long term projects aiming to grow the EU's blue bioeconomy sector.
The forum should be established from 2018 and will gather all relevant stakeholders, including producers and processors of aquatic biomass for products such as novel foods, feeds, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and novel materials.
The European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) currently has open a 'Call for Experts'. The call is aimed at individuals who are considered experts in a large number of fields related to the aquaculture sector. These sectors include:
- Marine biology
- Marine ecosystems
- Integrated coastal zone management
- Marine environmental policies
- Fisheries science
Maritime/blue economy, maritime engineering and technologies
In its fourth year the 'ESAI Postgraduate Researcher of the Year Award' for ESAI members is now open for applications. Applications will be accepted from students doing either a PhD or a Masters degree by research in an environmental topic.
Each application will be evaluated under three criteria:
The recently started EU Research Infrastructure project AQUACOSM (http://aquacosm.eu) has now opened it’s first AQUACOSM Transnational Access Program to fund opportunities to lead or participate in mesocosm experiments at more than 37 aquatic mesocosm facilities located at 18 AQUACOSM partners throughout Europe.
As JPI Oceans is one of the initiatives to implement the European Research Area and is aiming to improve and add value to existing science-policy mechanisms, JPI Oceans opens the exhibition space at the conference for other initiatives to present results relevant to its activities. Submissions are invited of organisations or networks where at least two or more European countries are involved. The proposals should be relevant to the 10 strategic areas or crosscutting issues as defined in the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda of JPI Oceans:
The ten strategic areas are:
Do you have an idea for a seminar, short course or other kind of training event? EKLIPSE is inviting representatives of networks, organisations, projects and other entities to submit proposals to develop capacity building events relevant to the Science-Policy-Society interface, regarding biodiversity, ecosystem services, and related challenges. EKLIPSE seeks to be responsive to community development needs across the European Union by supporting multinational events that add value to science, policy and society.