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BONUS e-bulletin 67/11.12.2015

BONUS in Brussels, 1-2 December 2015 at

www.bonusportal.org/brussels2015:

Information event for the European community
100 participants, including representatives from the Commission Services, the European Parliament, country offices and other, were welcomed to a BONUS information event were 26 BONUS projects took the center stage.

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Watch videos from the European community information event:

  • BONUS introductory video, December 2015
  • Welcome words by John Bell, Director of Bioeconomy, DG Research and Innovation, The European Commission.
  • 26 BONUS project representatives answer questions on key topics of their respective projects.
  • Fritz Köster, the chair of the BONUS Ad Hoc Group introduces the BONUS continuation plans
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Kick-off conference introduced BONUS sustainable ecosystem services projects
Presentations from 1 December event by the eight sustainable ecosystem services projects that started their implementation earlier this year are now available for downloading!

If you participated in the event(s), please provide your feedback by filling in a brief questionnaire at www.bonusportal.orf/brussels2015feedback.

ALL information from the Brussels' events available at www.bonusportal.org/brussels2015



Newest from www.bonusprojects.org

BONUS INSPIRE PhD student Alessandro Orio has published the Introductory Research Essay of his PhD project.

MattiSihvonen
 

Matti Sihvonen, Race Against Eutrophication:
Struggle with the fertilizers – BONUS BALTICAPP blog


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