Organised by the EU-funded EMPORIA4KT project, the “Blue Economy Technology Transfer Programme” will be implemented in France, Ireland, Portugal, Spain and the UK. The programme will focus on developing routes to market for selected Blue Economy Early Stage Technologies (EST), carried out by teams of researchers with the support of experienced technology transfer mentors and advisors.
The call for applications for an Early-Career Scientist (ECS) to join the Scientific Committee on Ocean Research (SCOR) Executive Committee is open. The ECS in the SCOR EC will help reaching out to the broader early-career community and get it involved into SCOR activities.
The SUBMARINER Network has launched a call for startups within Blue Growth to apply for its Blue Growth Accelerator programme, in which successful applicants would receive mentorship and matchmaking with experts in their respective fields.
While the Accelerator is focused on the Baltic Sea region, it is open to researchers and organisations from across Europe.
An online pitching and matchmaking event for the Accelerator will be held on 4 June 2020.
The Remote Transnational Access (RTA) Programme will provide researchers with remote access to samples or data from any of the state-of-the-art research vessels (RVs) offered within EUROFLEETS+. This remote access will allow sample or data needs to be addressed remotely, when this can be accomplished with one day of ship time.
For more information on the programme, including how to apply, please visit the EUROFLEETS+ website via the link below.
The Co-Principal Investigator (PI) Programme is specifically aimed at early career researchers, or researchers with no experience in leading a research cruise, to implement their own research together with experienced scientists in EUROFLEETS+ scheduled cruises. Applicants to the Co-PI programme will be able to apply for all research vessels (RVs) offered within Eurofleets+.
The World Oceans Day Youth Advisory Council is searching for 10 young ocean leaders from around the world to bring the Council to a total of 25 members.
Applicants should be between the ages of 16 and 22, able to make a two-year commitment - including approximately 10 hours per month to Council activities - and have a passion for ocean conservation.
Applications can be made via the link below.
The fourth and final call for the EURASTiP Exchange Programme is now open. The programme seeks to create new collaborations and partnerships between Europe and south-east Asia in the aquaculture sector. Opportunities are available for industry, researchers and educators from both regions to connect. Bursaries of up to €3000 are available per exchange to support international innovation and collaboration.
To apply, please visit the EURASTiP website (below).
More information can be found via the call flyer below.
The European Marine Board is looking for two enthusiastic, engaged and creative young ambassadors that are willing to play an important role in advocating for EMB and promoting the role and relevance of marine science and the ocean in general.
The EMB Ambassador Programme will:
The JPI HDHL with JPI OCEANS and FACCE-JPI partners are pleased to announce the launch of the ERA –HDHL 3rd Joint Funding Action ”Knowledge Hub on Food and Nutrition Security".
The overall aim of the Knowledge Hub on Food and Nutrition Security is to foster transnational and multidisciplinary collaboration and networking in order to accelerate, further characterize and to manage the impact of climate change on nutritional make-up of food, and to propose adaptive strategies/ measures to ensure food and nutrition security.
EURASTiP has launched its third round Call for its Exchange Programme. This opportunity is open to those working in aquaculture education, industry and research sectors to engage in collaboration across EURASTiP project regions of EU and south-east Asia.