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EuroMarine encourages research collaboration at A New Era of Blue Enlightenment event in Lisbon, 12-14 July 2017
Commissioner Carlos Moedas hosted the High-Level Ministerial and Scientific event, joined by high-level government representatives from Brazil and South Africa, as well as from the European Union.
This event celebrates the launch of the South Atlantic Flagship Initiative between the European Union, Brazil and South Africa, aiming to better understand and protect marine ecosystems and the link between oceans and climate.
EuroMarine held a session on 12 July at 13:15, to introduce the network and how it assists scientists from its member institutes and beyond to collaborate and innovate for marine science, highlighting the potential to achieve big results with incentive funding. Four activity leaders presented their work with EuroMarine.
Read more about the EuroMarine session here.
Find the schedule of EuroMarine talks here.
See the full event program here.
EuroMarine launches Young Scientist Fellowship Programme in conjunction with its 2017 Call for Proposals
Scientists from EuroMarine Member Organisations are invited to apply for the two EuroMarine 2017 Funding Calls, one for scientific and foresight activities and the other a programme for early career scientists to attend training courses.
EuroMarine considers supporting capacity building for young scientists a key priority. Therefore, EuroMarine has launched a new Young Scientist Fellowship Programme focused on financially supporting individual early career scientists from EuroMarine Member Organisations to participate in training courses. The application deadline for the Individual Fellowships is 2 May 2017.
For further information please see: www.euromarinenetwork.eu/call2017_fellowships.
Science Inspiration Leads to Innovation for Blue Growth
Over 120 stakeholders, comprising of marine scientists, industry members, policymakers, and students, convened at the European Parliament on 8 February 2017 to contribute to the EuroMarine event “Blue Science for Blue Growth, EuroMarine: connecting ideas and people”. Proving to be a resounding success, the event turned out to be a thought-provoking and illuminating dialogue on our oceans, and introduced the work and aims of EuroMarine to a wider audience.
Reporting on the success of the meeting, Catherine Boyen said, “EuroMarine is a unique initiative bringing together the best European expertise in marine sciences. We now have to capitalize on these promising achievements, to make more progress for the future of our blue planet.”
For more information on the event see: www.euromarinenetwork.eu/BSBG.