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EMD 2016: BONUS Eco-innovation workshop on 18 May - NEW TIME 10:45-12:15

EMD 2016 Brochure
BONUS workshop 'Eco-innovation for safer and healthier Baltic Sea' in EMD 2016 has moved from the early morning to the 'before lunch' time slot, 10:45-12:15! Welcome to see and hear what six BONUS innovation projects have been working on. Check the BONUS EMD event page & the full programme of European Maritime Day 2016 in Turku and register now!

BONUS annual review sums up the year 2015

BONUS annual review 2015 cover

Three calls worth close to EUR 90 million had been opened, 28 projects were running and further project proposal from the BONUS call 2015: Blue Baltic were in the pipeline by the end of the year.

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BONUS BALTICAPP workshop on scenarios envisaged the future of the Baltic Sea area

How will the Baltic Sea change in 100 years? How can we sustain the valuable services that the sea provides us? The workshop gathered together more than 40 researchers and stakeholders from 6 BONUS projects and others interested in seeking answers to the questions and in exploring the challenges of securing the future of marine ecosystem services in the Baltic Sea.

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Workshop on scenarios 6 April
BONUS BALTICAPP workshop on scenarios, 6 April © BONUS Secretariat

Engage with society? Sure! But how do I do it? – PE2020 blogs about the BONUS training on 7 March

Public engagement of science can have many useful outcomes, like better informed policy and business innovations with a solid base on credible research. For researchers, interaction with stakeholders may be rewarding as it stimulates research creativity and innovation.

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Latest news from bonusprojects.org

BONUS MIRACLE PhD course: Baltic innovative governance approaches to catchment water quality in a changing climate

22-28 August in Kristianstad, Sweden. Registration is now open! Read more

Apply now for the BONUS BALTSPACE MSP summer school 2016

29 August – 2 September in Klaipeda, Lithuania. Read more

Baltic herring and salmon: local sustainable seafood or feed for animals? Answering the dioxin question

BONUS GOHERR co-coordinator Päivi Haapasaari's interview about the dioxin question affecting the salmon and herring market. Read more

Journal of Plankton Research: Sampling zooplankton helps to keep track on what’s happening with the sea

The pan-Baltic collaborative activity initiated by BONUS INSPIRE and BONUS BIO-C3 projects has now reached the first milestone. Read more

New abstracts and publications from BONUS OPTITREAT

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New publication from the BONUS CHANGE project

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