E-bulletin 51/13.11.2014

New BONUS projects’ website is up and running!

A new website with blogs, events and news is updated by the ongoing BONUS projects. It is dedicated to keeping end-users and BONUS projects’ community up to speed with the multidisciplinary and transnational projects, their developments and accomplishments in support of the sustainable development and protection action of the Baltic Sea.

Currently there a total of 20 research (7) and innovation (13) projects running, in 2015 further eight research projects are envisaged to be added to the mix, and also another BONUS research and innovation call will open later, generating more projects. The BONUS projects’ website offers at-a-glance, first-stop information platform from these BONUS projects to stakeholders and to other projects. Links for further information are provided by the individual projects and visitors are encouraged to make direct contacts with respective projects of interest and engage.

Visit the website to learn more about the projects, their activities and results, as well as blogs by young scientists and other enthusiast bloggers in the coming weeks, months and years.


BONUS in Brief November 2014 issue out now

Much of the focus of the current issue is on the importance of the development of maritime spatial planning in the Baltic Sea region, also important Latvian EU presidency events in June 2015 are introduced and a more thorough look of the new BONUS projects’ website is provided.

For hard copies email the BONUS Secretariat at bonus(at)bonuseeig.fi.


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