At least EUR 2 million up for grabs for collaborative proposals as the 'BONUS call 2017: Synthesis' opensProposals
are invited until 9 November 2017 for transnational
desktop-studies worth each up to EUR 450 000 of funding. Applicants must
hand in mandatory preregistration a month earlier, by 9 October 2017
Knowledge synthesis is central for knowledge translation from research community to practice and for ensuring evidence-based decision making.
“We invite now proposals to synthesise top research outputs that address the challenges for sustainable use of the Baltic Sea ecosystem services,” says Dr. Kaisa Kononen, Executive Director of BONUS.
”While the marine environment provides humanity with numerous benefits we must make every effort possible to ensure its long-term sustainability.”
“In order to achieve robust and unbiased review as well as credible gap analysis, projects will be expected to analyse as broad body of research outputs as necessary – this also beyond outputs of research done within BONUS,” Kononen adds. “We look forward to receiving many top notch collaborative proposals during the next three months.”