Online the new issue of “MARINAzine. Our engagement with the Ocean”, the official newsletter from the Horizon 2020 MARINA Project. In this issue (October 2018): Open science: who benefits? MARINA Traveling Exhibition is now open! European Science Goes Open. Where we are and what the European Commission stands for RRI Stories SAVE THE DATE! MARINA Annual […]

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  Online the new issue of  “MARINAzine. Our engagement with the Ocean”, the official newsletter from the Horizon 2020 MARINA Project. In this issue (May  2018): Science Education: which is the role of creativity to engage citizens with science? Ocean Literacy: engaging and empowering Europeans First glimpse of the MARINA RRI Roadmap: open to your contributions RRI Stories […]

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Digitalization and automatization are not the only changes rattling the shipping industry. New technologic developments promise to make ships, ports and their construction and operation energy efficient, minimise pollution and thus lower the harm to the natural environment. This is what Green Port and Green Ship is all about. But are they green enough? In […]

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What Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) actions are needed for sustainable Maritime Research, Technological Development and Innovation (RTDI) by 2030? 11 April, Larnaca Cyprus Did you know that Cyprus is the 11th largest merchant fleet globally and the 3rd largest fleet in the European Union? In fact, under the Cyprus flag, there are more than […]

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Deep sea mining in the North Atlantic… an opportunity to do things right Azores, 9  March Mineração no mar profundo no Atlântico  Norte…  uma oportunidade para fazer as coisas bem feitas  The potential impact of deep sea mining on the maritime economy, marine science and employment are considerable but with that also comes a series of issues: […]

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Black Sea – an inexhaustible source of energy? How to tip the balance towards renewable energy? Bucharest, 9 March  What actions are needed for developing the renewable energy sector (wind, waves, biomass, etc.) in order to ensure a sustainable management of natural resources? license: public domain You want to use your creative mind to develop […]

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Marine Biotech:  the opportunity of a sustainable economy Azores, 9 March Marine biotechnology has become increasingly important as a driving force affecting society, while addressing key societal challenges such as the sustainable supply of food and energy, climate change and environmental degradation, human health and aging populations. It holds potential for supporting economic recovery and […]

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Oil spills at sea: can bacteria be the solution? 13 March, Rome Imagine oil spills completely cleaned up by tiny “warrior” organisms who attack and break down the oil soon after a marine accident. It may look like a science fiction movie, but it actually happens in nature! Italian seas are constantly at risk of […]

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Blue biotechnologies – what are the opportunities and challenges for the future? 13 March, Boulogne Sur Mer Les biotechnologies marines, quels enjeux pour demain? The oceans are a gold mine for marine technologies. They host a multitude of marine organisms with surprising properties that are precious resources for numerous applications in pharmacology, cosmetics, agro-food industry, energy […]

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