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Science and technology offers an opportunity to reconcile the protection of marine ecosystems with the development of sustainable maritime activities

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Message on Mediterranean Coast Day (25 September)

The public has an important role to play. Thanks to the rise of mobile broadband, today’s “Mediterraneans” are better informed and more organized than any other generation. Simple purchasing decisions taken at the supermarket and online clicks matter greatly. Businesses spend vast amounts to understand their customers’ preferences in order to tailor products and services accordingly. Observation shows that sustainable options will rise on the market if there is demand for it.

Last update: 28/09/20

Citizens - a useful and benefic help for research work

ANEMONE workshops offered the occasion for scientists and non-scientist to interact, share knowledge, and collaborate.

Last update: 09/09/20

Public consultation – Draft Strategic Research Agenda proposed by the health industries for the potential public-private European Partnership for Health Innovation

The European Commission is working on the preparation of a new public-private European Partnership for Health Innovation under Horizon Europe, the next Research and Innovation Framework Programme. This partnership would build on the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) but would significantly expand its scope and partners beyond the pharmaceutical sector to include the medical technology sector and other health-related industries.

Last update: 28/10/19

10th meeting of the Black Sea SRIA group and EU R&I Days

The main purpose of the meeting will be to discuss future steps and update you about the Black Sea CONNECT project which will support the implementation of the SRIA and the development of the whole initiative process.

Start date: 27/09/2019 - 09:30
Last update: 09/09/19

Meeting summary: 9th meeting for developing a SRIA for the Black Sea/ 8 MAY 2019, Bucharest

The meeting took place in Bucharest as part of the SUST-BLACK conference, where the ”Bucharest Declaration” of the scientific community was issued and the Strategic Research and Innovation agenda for the Black Sea (SRIA) officially launched. The group finalised the SRIA and discussed the avenues for the implementation of the Agenda.

Last update: 02/09/19

Commission invites top experts to shape new research and innovation missions

including one on "Healthy oceans, seas, coastal and inland waters"

Last update: 14/05/19

8th meeting for developing a Blue Growth Initiative for Research and Innovation in the Black Sea

Objectives: to finalise the SRIA content and prepare it for discussion with the broader stakeholder community at the regional seminar for blue economy on the 19 March in Istanbul

Last update: 04/03/19

Meeting summary: 7th meeting for developing a SRIA for the Black Sea/ 15 JAN 2019, Brussels

The meeting took place in Brussels and included another session of interactive discussions on the pillars of the draft SRIA and the actions that can be pursued to reach the selected objectives. The draft content of SRIA was further refined by the METU team and shared with the group members ahead of the 8th meeting, scheduled on 18 March 2019 in Istanbul

Last update: 04/03/19

Meeting Summary: 6th Experts' meeting towards SRIA for the Black Sea/ Bucharest, 5.10.2018

We would like to thank those of you who could join us in Bucharest for the 6th meeting for developing a Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) for the Black Sea basin on 5 October. We would also like to thank the Romanian Government representatives and our hosts from GeoEcoMar for all their support for this work, especially in view of the upcoming Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU during the first half of 2019, when the SRIA will be launched.

Last update: 30/10/18

Meeting Summary: 5th Experts' meeting towards SRIA for the Black Sea, Burgas 30.5/ Next steps

We would like to start by thanking you again for all your hard work and your cooperation. Together, you have agreed on a balanced and comprehensive Burgas Vision Paper, a shared vision for a productive, healthy, resilient, sustainable and better valued Black Sea by 2030. Next meeting for developing a SRIA for the Black Sea - 5 OCT 2018, Bucharest

Last update: 30/10/18

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