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Maritime spatial planning, microplastics and novel monitoring approaches of carbon dioxide are under scrutiny in new Blue Baltic projects

BONUS BASMATI, INTEGRAL and MICROPOLL projects worth EUR 2-2.8 million each will be starting on 1 July and run until 30 June 2020.
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'BONUS call 2017: Synthesis' to open on 9 August 2017

BONUS will open a desk-top study call seeking for successful project proposals on topics to be announced on 9 August 2017. Projects are envisaged to start in September 2018 at the earliest with each project running for a maximum of 18 months. 
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Watch a video from last week's 'science meets policy' session of the Baltic Sea Science Congress 2017 (Rostock)

For the second time running in the Baltic Sea Science Congress, BONUS organised a policy session. This year's session was titled 'Science meets policy: The role of evidence-based science in decision-making'.
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For young scientists: How to reserve most productive hours for the most difficult task - writing 

In collaboration with the 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress 2017, BONUS sponsored its 6th Young Scientist Club training session and a dinner/networking get-together on the first (registration) day of the Congress, Monday 12 June 2017, in Rostock. The session 'Turbo-charge your writing and communicate the impact of your research!' was run by Hugh Kearns from Flinders University.
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Submit your abstract by 15 July to the Gulf of Finland Science Days, 9-10 October 2017, Tallinn

The Gulf of Finland Science Days 2017 'From small scales to large scales' is organised by the Estonian Academy of Sciences, Marine Institute at the Tartu University and the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE).
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