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Save the date: Achieving Impact from Marine Research Knowledge Transfer conference, 6th-7th November 2017, London

The COLUMBUS project on Knowledge Transfer for Blue Growth, of which Marine South East is a partner, will be holding two conferences, one in 2017 and one in 2018.

'Achieving Impact from Marine Research' is the subject of the first conference taking place November 6th/7th 2017 in London. The event will be an international forum to bring together parties interested in sharing best practice and learning about initiatives and sectoral progress in Knowledge Transfer.

The conference will offer an opportunity to collaboratively explore the barriers, challenges and possible solutions to achieving the impact potential of marine and maritime research, at all stages of the funding cycle.

Training on the COLUMBUS Knowledge Transfer methodology will be available, targeted towards EU staff and funding agencies.

The target audience for this conference includes, staff from National funding agencies and their advisory bodies, research programme managers and higher education organisations.

To register for interest for this event please contact Cliona Ni Cheallachairn mailto@cliona@aquatt.ie or visit http://www.columbusproject.eu

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Posted 2017-06-14 17:37:36

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