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Discover what is behind the EU4Algae Working Group 1: Macroalgae Production

The EU4Algae working groups are in full swing! Over 500 European stakeholders are discussing, debating, connecting and working together on the most pressing challenges for the algae sector. In the upcoming weeks, discover every working group and its specific goals. 

Last update: 30/11/22

EMFAF 2022 INFODAY - Blue careers and Regional flagships calls for proposals

The European Commission has launched the “Blue careers for a sustainable blue economy” call for proposals under the European Maritime, Fisheries and Aquaculture Fund (EMFAF)

Last update: 28/11/22

Interview at the Sealogy fair in Ferrara on sustainable blue economy

Not only EMFAF: what the EU Commission is doing for the sustainable blue economy - Angela Lamboglia, Novità - 24 November 2022

Last update: 25/11/22

EU4Algae interview on Youth & Entrepreneurship: Finding your niche

The EU4Algae working groups are in full swing, with a total of 400 algae stakeholders across Europe discussing, debating, connecting and working together on various topics. In the upcoming weeks, we will introduce the key aspects of each working group, explain their goals and why the algae sector is essential for Europe. 

Last update: 17/11/22

EU4Algae in Rome, 12 December

 

Start date: 12/12/2022 - 01:00
Last update: 09/11/22

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Last update: 09/11/22

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Last update: 09/11/22

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Last update: 04/11/22

Materials, Chemicals, Bioactives & Algae Biorefining

Last update: 04/11/22

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Last update: 04/11/22

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