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Futures Bootcamp Looking towards 2030, can we identify innovative solutions and collaborations for the sustainable growth of the blue economy? What type of science and innovation activity can support sustainable blue growth? University of Malta, our partner in European University of the Seas - SEA-EU project, is organising the Futures Bootcamp -…
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We are pleased to announce that the speakers of the next BlueTalks webinar are Hanna Ładkowska and Konrad Ocalewicz, both working at the University of Gdańsk at the Institute of Oceanography.  The session will provide an overview of the most promising blue bioeconomy sectors in terms of growth (e.g. good practices, pilots implementations, developments…
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The SEA-EU community brings together 120,000 students and 1,700 staff. The SEA-EU-Around application aims to facilitate the connection between the members of this community, both online and in real life. The main functionalities are: Discover - cultural and linguistic exchange with students from the 6 universities of the alliance; Collaborate -…
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Université de Bretagne Occidentale (UBO), our SEA-EU partner is one of eight institutions involved in BIENVENÜE, a fellowship programme that offers 75, two-year-long postdoctoral positions to international, highly-skilled researchers. Co-funded by the EU Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions, Région Bretagne and partner institutions. The programme aims to…
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The jury of the photo contest ‘The Sea and Us’ (Polish stage)– organized by the University of Gdańsk within the scope of the common international contest carried out by all SEA-EU (European Universities of the Seas) consortium partners - evaluated photographic works submitted for the 1st (local) stage of the contest on 23 November 2020. The contest saw 28 participants in total, who presented 58 works. The following…