Young scientist activities kick off the Baltic Sea Science Congress 2015 in Riga next JuneThe tenth Baltic Sea Science Congress young scientists’ training and get-together evening session organised by the young scientists of Riga University and sponsored by BONUS will take place on Monday 15 June. Note that this is a NEW, now confirmed date for the young scientists’ activities – please mark in your calendars and join your peers to a world-class transferrable skills training session and a fun-filled dinner get-together, all FREE of charge to the participants. Further details about the activities will be announced soon on the BONUS facebook page and the BONUS website at www.bonusportal.org/ys.
“If BONUS would not exist, it would have to be invented”......says an interviewee of the BONUS interim evaluation undertaken in 2014 by a panel of five independent experts appointed by the European Commission. To read the full BONUS briefing 24: BONUS interim evaluation 2014, download a personal copy, to obtain hard copies, email bonus(at)bonuseeig.fi
The Chair of the Independent BONUS Interim Evaluation Panel, Professor Peter R. Burbridge, noted in the foreword of the Evaluation report: “Overall, the Evaluation Panel is very impressed by BONUS’s achievements founded upon the development of transnational and trans-disciplinary cooperation, of human and institutional capacities, of information sharing and the trust in the integrity of all actors within the management of successive phases of the programme. The Evaluation Panel is confident that there will be further major advances in policies and management actions to enhance the sustainable use of the Baltic Sea ecosystem resulting from the outcomes of BONUS that would not have been achieved without this integrated approach.”
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