On October, the 16th MARINA will join the interactive workshop ” Mainstreaming Responsibility into Innovation Policy. How can European Projects integrate Responsible Innovation into Public Policy?” organized by MARIE project at the Responsible Innovation Summit 2018, in Dublin. A panel of experts from European funded projects will share how their projects could deliver to policymakers on public […]

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We are pleased to announce that deadline for paper submission to the Multi-conference on Responsible Research and Innovation in Science, Innovation and Society 2018 –  to take place in Tartu, Estonia at the Science Centre AHHAA – has been extended to 30 July. Calls are open for presenting at the two MARINA Conferences, in the […]

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“How to institutionalize the Responsible Research and Innovation approach: from theory to reality” Science Centre AHHAA in Tartu, Estonia, 18 September 2018 “Towards RRI Practices and Policies” (TRRIP 2018) is a conference organised by the H2020 MARINA project in conjunction with research institutions and policy-making bodies, aims at collecting contributions focusing on actions required to […]

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On 8th June- World Ocean Day,  aMARINA will be presenting at  Ecsite 2018 Project Showcase.     Could an object describe an entire project? Our Partner Nausicaa, together with other courageous speakers of this session, takes on this challenge and will be telling about MARINA  project in an original and jargon-free style:  2min story, followed by 45min […]

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Will you take part at the EMD 2018? We are waiting for you to meet us at our MARINA booth. This is the moment to meet us, to discover who we are and what we do, but most importantly, is the perfect place to discuss about Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), its dimensions and how […]

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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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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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The second round of MARINA workshops – running from January to May 2018 – has just started. These participatory workshops organized in the framework of the MARINA project are part of a Mobilization and Mutual Learning (MML) process composed of two phases at local and international levels held across Europe over the last 12 months. […]

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Constanta, Romania, 6 March 2018 Will the unique character of the Black Sea ecosystem survive climate changes? Va supraviețui caracterul unic al ecosistemului Mării Negre schimbărilor climatice? The Black Sea is the most voluminous anoxic basin and an ecosystem with unique particularities. One of the most intriguing facts about the Black Sea is its depletion […]

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13 March, Copenhagen More value. Collaboration on mitigating climate change in coastal areas by community-driven processes. Merværdi. Samarbejde mellem private lodsejere og kommuner om klimatilpasning i i kystnære områder. Man has lived by the coast for generations. But due to the so-called Anthropocene, the changes have become more fundamental, bigger and severe. Coastal projection is […]

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