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SAVE THE DATE 7 March 2016 for training on blogging!

Learn how to use social media in game changing ways to ensure that the time you spend on public engagement makes a difference. Gain new insights into research blogging and understanding your audience. Get inspired by examples of top scientists using social media to their advantage. Participants will get personal guidance in how to write great research blog posts and help them spread.

As a BONUS young scientists you have now an opportunity to join FREE online or on site training session with professionals on Monday afternoon, 7 March 2016. The training will be provided by Helsinki-based Kaskas-media company specialised in science communication & social media. The training is funded by PE2020 project on innovative public engagement in Horizon2020, which selected BONUS as one of its six pilots earlier in 2015. If you are not blogging yet, why not give it a try now!

ALL BONUS young scientists will be contacted in the coming days and weeks after a new communications trainee Laura joins the BONUS Secretariat in February. Among other tasks, Laura will coordinate this forthcoming training event as well as provide central support to the bloggers and BONUS projects’ website managers .  

Further information, including more detailed programme and a link to register to the training event will be shared next week.

Latest BONUS young scientists’ blogs:

 New year, new research


Dana - don't use this, use the smaller one

 COCOAs 2nd annual meeting, Gdynia

(Sources & Sinks: A Tale of Coastal Biogeochemistry - COCOA)

The INTERREG Baltic Sea Region programme projects funded from its first call include many projects relevant to BONUS

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Watch BONUS video!

BONUS ESABALT organised workshop on solutions for maritime situational awareness, 12 February 2016, Helsinki

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BONUS GOHERR international stakeholder workshop to explore the dioxin problem of Baltic herring, 16-17 February 2016, Copenhagen

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BONUS pilot workshop on scenarios, 6-7 April 2016, Helsinki

Registration deadline: 4 March 2016
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Submit your abstract by 18 March for the BONUS led 'Coastal filters under remake' session,ECSA, 4-7 September 2016, Bremen

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Abstracts invited also for

  • 'Water, Waste and Energy Management' and 'Green Chemistry and Sustainable Engineering' conferences, 18-22 July 2016, Rome
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  • EcoSummit 2016, 29 August-1 September 2016, Montpellier.
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