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Tuesday, 14 May 2019 by

CLIMAFISH – Climate change and fisheries impacts on small pelagic fish: dynamic, spatially explicit models in the service of the ecosystem-based fisheries management. Reed more…

The Blue Growth Community organises the Summer School “Blue Growth: emerging technologies, trends and opportunities” to encourage young people involvement in blue economy sectors by offering high-quality technical knowledge and fostering their entrepreneurial spirit. Reed more….

      The project I-ADAPT (Invasion and ADAPTation of seagrass Halophila stipulacea in a warming Mediterranean Sea) aims at studying the adaptation of H. stipulacea in the Mediterranean and the role of temperature in facilitating its expansion across the basin. We will analyze environmental, ecophysiological, genomic and proteomic data from populations expanding at the


Friday, 01 February 2019 by

Click here to see the link Elemed project prepares the ground for the introduction of cold ironing, electric bunkering and hybrid ships across the Eastern Mediterranean Sea corridor. It involves three EU member states -Cyprus, Greece and Slovenia- forming a strong consortium, comprised by a team of experts, from the marine, engineering and academic sector. The project aims at studying

Interreg Balkan Med MELTEMI

Friday, 18 January 2019 by

MELTEMI Project MarinE litter transnational Legislation Enhancement and Improvement Thematic Objective:   11. Enhancing institutional capacity for public authorities  and stakeholders and efficient public administration Specific Objective:   2.3. Delivery on environmental legal framework Coordinator:   Nikos Streftaris, HCMR Start Date:   15 September 2017 Duration:   24 months Budget:   1.214.936,38 € MELTEMI is


Project MISTRAL is part of the European Transnational Cooperation Programme “Interreg MED” that aims to strengthen a transnational partnership made up of 8 countries (2 Ministries, 8 Regions, 5 Clusters, 3 RTOs and other organizations) in order to: make marine knowledge and sustainable innovation the key drivers for BG, support MED clusters to become an

PlasticBusters MPAs

Monday, 01 October 2018 by

The Mediterranean Sea is one of the areas most affected by marine Litter in the world. The impacts of marine litter on marine biota within Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), including endangered species, remain poorly addressed, however it is clear that prevention and mitigation measures are urgently needed. The PlasticBusters MPAsis an Interreg Med funded project

Kickoff Meeting – MARRE

Thursday, 27 September 2018 by

MARRE – MARine monitoring system of the Hellenic Seas using REmote sensing Kickoff Meeting HCMR, Anavyssos, 28 September 2018, 10:00 am Participating Bodies 1. Geospatial Enabling Technologies (GET) 2. Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR) 3. Marine Remote Sensing Group, Department of marine Sciences, University of Aegean The project will be implemented by a company

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