e-bulletin header

BONUS young scientists' autumn BLOG challenge

The Secretariat invites all BONUS young scientist bloggers –
old and new – to contribute toJArtell_small the newly created
‘Baltic Sea futures’ blog and become part of the deliberations of the next EUSBSR Annual Forum! 
A BONUS organised hot seat session will be moderated by young scientists and with panellists coming from BONUS, HELCOM, VASAB and Baltic Earth.
Read the first blog post by Janne Artell, BALTICAPP and add your own!

Register to BONUS-ICES workshop on ‘Getting published’ and other young scientists events

A joint BONUS-ICES workshop on ‘Getting published’ will take place on Tuesday, 20 September during the lunchtime of the ICES Annual Science Conference week in Riga, Latvia. Local young scientists are also invited to register for a FREE OF CHARGE ‘introductory day’ offer packed with ICES information, open sessions, meetings and the BONUS-ICES workshop!
Email Jette.Fredslund@ices.dk for more information and to register

From BONUS projects:

BONUS shipping cluster outreach campaign in summer 2016
During June-July 2016, the BONUS SHEBA project organised a combined measurement and outreach campaign on a research sailing ship Hrimfare of Ranrike.
Read more

Last month young scientists learned hands-on about challenges and opportunities that face biodiversity in the Baltic Sea. 
Read more

Field campaign at Oder Lagoon to strengthen research collaboration
From August 15th until 20th, a group of scientists, among them researchers from the BONUS BALTCOAST project, came together for a field campaign at Oder Lagoon.
Read more

Newest blog posts:


To PhD is to travel – Roskilde and Kristianstad (Race Against Eutrophication Blog - BONUS BALTICAPP)


Is there anybody out there? & An alternative solution (Tracking the flow paths of nitrate - BONUS SOILS2SEA)


Hot summer, cold fingers (Sources & Sinks: A Tale of Coastal Biogeochemistry - BONUS COCOA)

BONUS BALTCOAST photo competition 'Me and my Baltic Coast'!

Capture the multifaceted life around the Baltic Coast and submit your entry latest by Thursday, 15 September 2016. All pictures of the Baltic Sea landscape, economic region or living environment captured from your own, unique angle are welcome. An international jury will decide on winning pictures, prizes will be awarded and winners will be part of a touring photo exhibition.
Read more

Hakaniemenranta 6, 00530 Helsinki, Finland
Email bonus@bonuseeig.fi

Web www.bonusportal.org

Twitter www.twitter.com/BONUSBaltic

Facebook www.facebook.com/BONUSBaltic

To subscribe to the BONUS e-bulletin,
or to cancel your subscription,
please click here.

BONUS is a joint Baltic Sea research and development programme producing knowledge to support development and implementation of regulations, policies and management practices of the Baltic Sea region. It issues calls for competitive proposals and funds projects of high excellence and relevance based on its strategic research agenda. BONUS is funded jointly from the national research funding institutions in the eight EU member states around the Baltic Sea and the EU's Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration. 

©2016 BONUS Baltic Organisations’ Network for Funding Science EEIG