The SUBMARINER Network has launched a Mussels Working Group to further research, promote and cooperate across the Baltic mussel production chain. A group of mussel farmers that were involved in the Baltic Blue Growth project have agreed to continue cooperation, to work on joint monitoring standards and to share and publish their data. The Working Group will also continue working on legal issues and potential certification of mussels.
SUBMARINER Network EEIG is organising its 10th Members Assembly on the 7th of November 2019 at the premises of its Secretariat in Berlin, Germany. Full and associate members are invited to welcome new members, plan activities for the coming year anddiscuss formalities. More information will follow in due course.
The capital region Berlin-Brandenburg is linked in many ways in Europe and the world. As part of their various programs - also known as Interreg - different players from the capital region cooperate on various topics in European partnerships. The brochure present the Interreg V B projects approved in the first three Interreg Baltic Sea Region calls with partners from the capital region.
Ahead of the kick-off meeting of the Alliance+, the extension project of the Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance (Alliance) planned for 29-30 August, two brochures have been published.
The Interreg BSR newsletter highlights the importance of the Baltic Blue Growth project mentioned by Commissioner Karmenu Vella at the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.
A research laboratory that examines the oceans' wellbeing will open at the Design Museum on 6 September 2019.
The Norwegian startup B'ZEOS is devleoping a seaweed-based material capable of replacing plastic pellets that can be used to produce single-use plastics as straws.
The SUBMARINER Network project Baltic Blue Growth was highlighted in an article published in the French aquaculture magazine “Cultures Marines” (in French).
Justyna Kobos representing the ALLIANCE case “bloom” was interviewed by the Polish TV channel TVN about the situation of cyanobacteria in the Baltic Sea.
Blue Center Gotland is working on the potential of algae in the food sector.
This is the final newsletter in the scope of the InnoAquaTech project and yet another summer has come and with it some final announcements from the consortium.
In July 2019 Partners of the InnoAquaTech project, led by University of Gdansk, developed the InnoAquaTech project brochure.
In the period from 25.03. - 27.03.2019 a training school on aquaponics took place as part of the InnoAquaTech project at the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences of the University of Rostock in Germany.